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Working in LAVIEW Is at times TERRIFICALLY DiFifclut I HAVE Been Thinking Recently. What is the AIM or FABVIEW??? Hepls MOST appreciated. THANKS FOR ADVANCED,SAJIB Nowdhury
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What help you expect?

 

For me it seems working in LabVIEW is 10000% easier than READING your post.

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FABVIEW?
????????:smileyindifferent::smileyindifferent:
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One definite advantage if at all you are talking about labVIEW is you need have to painfully "type" texts like these......
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My closest friend Mr Mukis, I have struggled with understanding your point o fvieww regarding his subject. PLEASE find the WARMTH in your heart to pexplain farter in depth.. MAny graceous     tahks,SAJIB NOWDHURY
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LOL!!!!:smileyvery-happy::smileyvery-happy:
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sajibn,

 

can you explain what you find difficult with LabVIEW?  

You can post code examples and we can provide suggestions on code architecture and proper style.

 

To learn more about LabVIEW, I suggest you try looking at some of these tutorials.

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Although many of the coding styles and architecture found in the examples and not the best, you can search for examples of code to get you started.

 

They are located under the Help Menu > Find Examples

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Fair day to all! 

Mr Mukes –

Where is the hilariousness associated? Thans kand Good DAY! SAJIB NOWDHURY 

MR R. RAY –

I AM in the process of DEVELOPING WORK for LAVIEW at presented.time. HOw can i interport CODE rtiten in LabbVIEW Vizion iNto LbVIEW CVI??? 
MANY Dear smiles and
warm greeting from me and all,

SAJIB NOWDHURY

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Hi sajibn,

 

Please use a single font when posting messages.  The older we get the harder it is to read and understand your post.

 

As for converting LabVIEW Vision to LabWindows-CVI, you will not be able to do so, because the Vision modules (toolkit) is proprietary to LabVIEW and the source code will not be available.  It is actually quite complex.  You can do searches on the internet for whatever C/C++ code exists for image processing.  You should be able to fin a few algorithms.  As far a piecing them together, that's another story.

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