04-01-2008 04:48 PM - edited 04-01-2008 04:50 PM
02-15-2009 02:06 PM
What am I missing? When I click on the widget, a new tab opens in my browser at http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/6518, but all I get in the flash on that page is "No results were found for your search".
02-16-2009 04:16 PM
It appears that it's not loading because there have not been any recent tips. You can see still the LabWindows/CVI Tips on the NI Community, which is where this widget pulls from.
02-16-2009 05:51 PM
Thanks for the feedback! We have recently made some platform changes to our RSS feeds that have resulted in a few adverse effects. We are looking into the source of the problem in order to correct the behavior of this widget.
Thanks for your interest.
07-16-2009 10:59 AM
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07-29-2009 08:24 PM
Basically im doing a binary program. converting from deci to binary. 8bits .
Im trying get my binary number in the textbox or display withou initializing it. it works in on the standard input /output screen. but i want to get my binary number in the textbox.
Meaning im entering any number between 1-64. prints out the binary. then send that exact binary number to the text box. do anyone know how to that. I dont want to go this route int kwan="00000001".
i want to input any number at anytime and it goes straight to the textbox or display box.
im going to post my project so you see what im doing. hit the run button to run the program. whatever that result is, i want it to go to the textbox once again.
07-30-2009 01:44 AM - edited 07-30-2009 01:45 AM
Binary representation of a number has been already treated in the forum: here a sample function that accepts a number and returns its binary representation in a string (that could be passed to your textbox); you can find more with the search function.
In any case, consider that this thread is intended for the users to suggest tips for using CVI: to place a new question like this one please open a new thread (you'll have a better visibility too).
10-09-2009 12:45 PM
im new to lab windows cvi.
i have a scenario where in the data will logged.
each time if the data reaches certain milestone then at this particular point i have to create a excel file automatically & then write the data values corresponding to the columns.
say i have 4 columns a,b,c,d.
1) i want to create excel file automatically with this 4 columns.
2) then based on the each column value i will have to write the data accordingly.
how to do this in lab windows cvi.
pls help me in this regard.
10-12-2009 02:26 AM
Hi Sethuraman R,
CVI comes with an interface to Excel based on ActiveX technology. You can see several examples of CVI-Excel interaction by looking in <CVISampleDir>\activex\excel directory: use the Explore Examples function in the welcome page of CVI to locate this folder or the Find Examples... function in the same panel.
By looking to these examples most of your doubts can be solved; feel free to continue posting in case you have specific questions so that somebody can help you in solving your doubts.
Nevertheless, this thread is intended for users publishing their suggestions in using LabWindows/CVI for other users to benefit from them. It is not a question-and-answer thread. For this reason I encourage you to open new threads for your future questions: this discussion will maintain its original target and your questions will be more visible.