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30k post by GerdW


@Hooovahh wrote:

Congrats GerdW.

 


Okay if we are making excuses I'll say I'm at 18 years and not a Knight, but then again I created an account to download something and almost never posted for years. And almost never posted for years.  And I have over 3,000 posts on LAVA.  I would have probably been a Knight years ago if those posts transferred.

When transferring posts from other sites, you can add more than 17k post to Gerds post count from the german www.LabVIEWForum.de (see: https://www.labviewforum.de/User-GerdW)

 

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@Hooovahh wrote:

Congrats GerdW.

 


wiebe@CARYA wrote:


Yes, yes, rub it in 😶: it took me 25 years to become a knight.

 

In my defense, a) the forum created 4 account with the exact same name, splitting my posts and b) I had ~8 sabbatical year.


Okay if we are making excuses I'll say I'm at 18 years and not a Knight, but then again I created an account to download something and almost never posted for years.  And I have over 3,000 posts on LAVA.  I would have probably been a Knight years ago if those posts transferred.


Well, that's by choice 😁. My 4 profiles where decided by the forum. 

 

No excuse, just a pet peeve I keep mentioning, in idle hope someone at NI will realize how utterly silly it is that a technology company can't (or won't) fix the IT mistakes they made.

 

(Tongue in cheek, btw, if that's not clear)

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@Hooovahh wrote:

I would have probably been a Knight years ago if those posts transferred.


You are definitely Sir TDMS. Although the folks at npTDMS are pretty impressive also. They deciphered that DAQmx Raw files use a different datatype descriptor than NI_Datatype. That's useful if you want to read the raw unscaled data.

 

 Type codes for DAQmx scalers don't match the normal TDMS type codes:
DAQMX_TYPES = {
    0: types.Uint8,
    1: types.Int8,
    2: types.Uint16,
    3: types.Int16,
    4: types.Uint32,
    5: types.Int32,
    6: types.Uint64,
    7: types.Int64,
    8: types.SingleFloat,
    9: types.DoubleFloat,
    0xFFFFFFFF: types.TimeStamp,
}

 

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