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Message Edited by Mozill on 02-05-2007 10:30 AM
02-06-2007 12:22 PM
In regards to your second question, you should be able to add in webcam code with no real problem - just make sure that you consider data flow and that your webcam code is evaluated when you would like it to be done (Using a State-machine, sequence structure or simultaneously executing while loops)
I'm not sure that I fully understand what your concern was in your first question. Is it that once you're evaluating an event you must wait before the next event is registered? If for whatever reason you do not want to use event structures, you may consider using a state-machine programming structure. You can find more information about this structure here: http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/3024 This will allow you to go into different states & subsequently run different code, depending on which state the user chooses to enter.
Concerning your last post, you can definitely program these functions you described to record temperature, for example, every five minutes for one hour or for one day. You can just put the serial program into a for-loop with a 5 minute wait block. Again, if you want to run things simultaneously, you will need to plan for this in advance (ie. read one temp. data point and then one humidity data point and then wait five minutes.)
Hope this helps!
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