Presents the fastest way to get results with LabWindows/CVI. Presents information on building programs that control instruments and data acquisition hardware. Softcover. CD-ROM included. DLC: C (Computer program language).
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The first "teach yourself" guide for LabWindows/CVI!
LabWindows/CVI is the #1 system for building Windows-based virtual instrumentation with ANSI C—and this hands-on, project-oriented guide is the fastest way to get results with LabWindows/CVI! You'll master all you need to know to build programs that control instruments and data acquisition hardware—while still taking advantage of an easy-to-use user interface editor for building Windows applications. Shahid F. Khalid presents never-before-published LabWindows/CVI tips and tricks—plus coverage of every key LabWindows/CVI skill you'll need, including:
* Systematically creating effective GUIs and automatically generating C code
* Learning the tips and tricks of the Source Code Editor and Debugger
* Learning the library functions through the use of Function Panels
* Creating applications using File I/O, List Boxes, Rings, Text Box controls, and many more
* Creating standalone executables, distribution disks, Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs), and using the application from a supported external compiler
* Complete tutorial on communication with instruments using GPIB and RS-232 interfaces
Each chapter is organized for maximum clarity and convenience, and you'll find handy appendices explaining the features of LabWindows/CVI environment, formatting and scanning functions, and tutorial on two demo programs. If you're a LabWindows/CVI novice, you'll learn fast—and once you do, LabWindows/CVI Programming for Beginnerswill serve you well as a reference for years to come.
The accompanying CD-ROM includes a complete trial version of LabWindows/CVI 5.5, plus finished versions of every project covered in the book. The CD-ROM also comes with complete trial versions of a System Test application and a mathematical application that analyzes functions parametrically.About the Author:
SHAHID F. KHALID is currently a software engineer at Boeing, Canoga Park, California, where he works on testing the embedded software for the rocket Engine Control Unit on the Delta IV program. In addition, he has created LabWindows/CVI applications for laser control and has written many test software applications for controlling test instrumentation. Mr. Khalid has more than 30 years of experience in software engineering.
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