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How can I use Fortran source code in CIN?

I have a Fortran program.
And I want to use this program in LabVIEW.
But how can I link the Fortran code with LV?
There's only the "create .c file" pop-up menu in CIN icon.

For example, following problem is being tested.
A+B=C (2 inputs, 1 output)

Please help me.

Thanks.

Hyun-ho Lee
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ÀÌÇöÈ£ wrote:
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> I have a Fortran program.
> And I want to use this program in LabVIEW.
> But how can I link the Fortran code with LV?
> There's only the "create .c file" pop-up menu in CIN icon.
>
> For example, following problem is being tested.
> A+B=C (2 inputs, 1 output)
>
> Please help me.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Hyun-ho Lee

Couple ways you have:
1. Create DLL in your favorite Fortran compiler and connect it via "call
library function"
2. Create CIN in c and use shared library, made with your Fortran
compiler.

Both ways are described in "LabVIEW Code Reference manual".
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Sergey Krasnishov,
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Automated Control Systems
National Instruments Alliance Member
Moscow, Russia
sergey_acs@levsha.ru
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May be, you can use converter fortran-->c. It is in UNIX.

N;3EQ wrote:

> I have a Fortran program.
> And I want to use this program in LabVIEW.
> But how can I link the Fortran code with LV?
> There's only the "create .c file" pop-up menu in CIN icon.
>
> For example, following problem is being tested.
> A+B=C (2 inputs, 1 output)
>
> Please help me.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Hyun-ho Lee
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