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vrf Can VEE call an executable?

Question asked by VRFuser on Mar 29, 2001
I am also compiling a list of resources for PC-based instruments. I'm
looking for sites with

* drivers (other than the obvious places like Agilent, NI, and onther
instrument makers)
* programming techniques and examples
* freeware/shareware such as this probeassist, soundcard scope or waveform
generators
* parallel port drivers
* etc.

I plan to publish the results in Test & Measurement World in July and make
it available online.

Please forward any and all links. Thanks.

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> -----Original Message-----
> From:     M Watts [SMTP:MikeJWatts@compuserve.com]
> Sent:     Friday, March 30, 2001 04:37 AM
> To:     Simmons, Don
> Cc:     VEE User Group
> Subject:     RE: vrf Can VEE call an executable? - Postscript
>
> Don,
>     Out of interest I downloaded the probe assist program - looks as
> though
> it could be of use to production engineering type situations.
> Interestingly there is a similar display in one of the VEE examples in
> Applicationsmfgtest.vee which uses a bitmap but I could see this program
> being useful if there are several images you want to use and modify, add
> tool tips etc.  I tried running probe assist from vee and I found that you
> need to put in the DOS path name for both the program and data file.  This
> is odd because VEE is normally quite happy to accept "c:program
> files..."
> etc but there you have it.  It runs.
>
> Anybody interested in the freeware link here it is again:
> http://www.dmecorp.net/dmsats/probe_assist.htm
>
> Mike Watts
>
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