How well do these books apply to LabView 5.1? That is the version I have
.... I am an experienced programmer (C++, VB) but a LabView 'newbie', and
have a few 'version specific' books on my shelf that become obsolete as the
next language revision comes out.
"Greg McKaskle" wrote in message
> > I want to write a Labview program that controls an HP 4277A LCZ
> > meter over an HPIB from a PC. It is a simple program, and I'd like
> > to put off the NI Labview classes because I'm just too busy right
> > now.
> > The program should be very simple. It will let the user enter a
> > voltage range, then tell the HP4277A to output each voltage
> > looping through the volt
age range. At each voltage point it will
> > wait for things to settle, take capacitance and conductance
> > readings of the DUT, store these values in arrays. When the loop
> > is completed, it will graph the C vs V, Cond. vs. V, and so ther
> > result of some math on the C vs. V curve, and store the array data
> > to a disk file.
> > Can anyone recommend books that would help me pick up Labview
> > programming? I have 5 yrs. VB experience.
> I went to bn.com and searched for LabVIEW and found thirteen
> books. I'd highly recommend the ones from Gary Johnson, but
> the others may suit you also.
> Greg McKaskle