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convert 8.6 to 8.2

Hi,

 

Could anybody convert the VI developed in Labview 8.6 to another version that could be ran in LabView 8.2?

 

Thanks a bunch in advance!

 

Hugo

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Hi,

 Find the vi in LV 8.0

Balaji PK (CLA)
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Thanks a lot
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The Block diagram of the vi was too bad, lot of local variables are used and lot of racing conditions happens due to locals. I dont know who developed this vi, Dont use the vi as it is.
Balaji PK (CLA)
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Hai,

 

If you are satisfied with the answer and if your problem was solved mark it  as accepted solution.

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JK
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JK,

 

I've got to ask.  How come in all your messages, you add an "a" into Hi?  So you say "Hai" rather than "Hi".  Is this a custom in some other language?

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Hai !!Smiley Happy

 

I dont worry much about if its the custom of which language ??!!  I am just concerned about the answer am giving for each post....Smiley Very Happy wish to giv clear cut answers for the queries!!!

 

 

 

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JK
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Ravens Fan wrote:

I've got to ask.  How come in all your messages, you add an "a" into Hi?  So you say "Hai" rather than "Hi".  Is this a custom in some other language?


Dear Ravens,

 

Mostly Indians used to say "Hai" instead of "Hi". Its not a custom in any language. Indians got used to it. You can see lot more like this.

 

Mathan

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Thanks Mathan,

 

I had seen it used that way a occasionally by other people, but JK had used it so regularly I knew it couldn't have just been a typo, but intentional.  It isn't a real English word, so I figured it must have been a custom to some part of the world.

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