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view block diagram as .NET codes

may I know if its possible to view the graphical block diagram in .NET codes?? do i need some convertor or something like that?? btw, i'm using LV 8.0...
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JQ

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There is no way to view the block diagram as anything other than the block diagram. There is no underlying c, c++, visual basic, .net, or any other code. The block diagram is directly compiled to machine code. The only converter is LabVIEW embedded which can convert a subset of LabVIEW functions to c code that you can load onto a microprocessor.

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thanx dennis... but i heard from my colleague that he was able to view the "source code" (i'm not sure what language it was, but most probably is C/C++/VB) in text format in previous verions... although i'm uncertain of the version he claims... maybe he is also mentioning about the link you've recommended me.... Smiley Very Happy
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There has never been any 'source code' for LabVIEW other than the block diagram. Maybe he was looking at a VB, C++ or LabWindows/CVI program.
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oic... i'll confirm it with him again.. thanx for the help once again... Smiley Wink
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btw, is it possible to view the code by using LabWindows to open a LabVIEW vi?? lol.. just wondering.. which most probably the ans will be no?? just wondering...
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The answer is no. CVI can not read LV code any more than any other C compiler.

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oic... kk thanx... Smiley Very Happy
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Dennis and Tst - thanks for helping us out.  Ya'll are appreciated by the AE department more than you can imagine!  True LabVIEW gurus - how about that for the next title distinction above enthusiastic?

JQ,

LabVIEW block diagrams are actually compiled straight to the machine, there is no "middle man" language. 

Happy programming!

Janell R | Applications Engineer

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kk... thanx 2 all 4 helping out... @ least now i can tell my colleague its impossible... thanx once again... Smiley Wink
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JQ

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