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vrf New User

Question asked by VRFuser on Nov 15, 2001


Thank you for all the replies to my inquires, they've been helpful.
As far as my question three.  I am using VEE to generate specific waveforms.
What I want to do is output those waveforms to either a serial or parallel
port (which ever one VEE supports easily).
What I plan on connecting to that port is a digital to analog converter,
that I have to build, so I can view the waveforms on an external device such
as an oscilloscope.  I don't know if anyone out there has done anything like
this and was looking for ideas on how to accomplish the job. I've had some
replies that mention peek/poke dll but I don't know where to get that file
or if I'll need it.  Appreciate all the help!



----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard Kleinhenz" <scubaman@us.ibm.com>
To: <vrf@lvld.agilent.com>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 9:36 AM
Subject: Re: vrf New User


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| 1. .vee files are ascii, you can view (and modify, if you're careful
| using an ascii editor
| 2. .vxe files are for the runtime environment.  You can freely distribute
| Vee runtime, and .vxe files, without any royalty issues.  To generate, use
| file - create runtime version.  Documentation in the books, of course, and
| under help (content) - installing and distributing Vee runtime
| 3. Don't understand the question
|
| --
| Regards,
| Rich
| ===========================
| Richard Kleinhenz
| mailto:scubaman@us.ibm.com
| 845-892-2617
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|                     owner-vrf@lvld.agilent
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|                     11/15/2001 08:57 AM
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| I am relatively new to the VEE environment and have a few questions.
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| 1.Can I save my VEE files in an ASCII format?  (I'm using VEE Pro 6.0)
|
| 2.Can anyone tell me what a .vxe file is and how to go about generating
| one,
| or where to find more information about it?
|
| 3.Rather than using the boards available for VEE, I will be doing a
digital
| to analog conversion of my own design to output to a device, any
| suggestions?
|
| Thanks to all
| Diane Donnelly
|
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