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Question asked by VRFuser on Sep 20, 2007
Sorry, i was thinking that is as not nescessary to add the next comment to make it clear, as i put the smiley.
Even though the statement about LV compared to VEE in case of MP is true, my preferred language is still VEE, as it solves my problems faster. No futher need for further comparisons...
Anyway, it would be nice to have vee MP capable- even just for marketing reasons ...
 
detlef


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Von: Greg Parrott [mailto:sherekhan_kl@yahoo.com]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 20. September 2007 00:34
An: VRF
Betreff: Re: AW: [vrf] Vee and Multicore Processors


Actually comparing VEE and LV is like comparing a truck to a train they both do similar things but are quite different things. LV is is faster because it is a complied language, VEE is interpreted. As far as obtaining readings from test equipment and instrument IO the speed difference is essentially moot since the test equipment that is being used is usually much slower then then VEE is, my two cents.

"Baranski, Detlef" <Detlef.Baranski@pilkington.de> wrote:

LV is much more faster, universal and sophisticated than Vee
Vee is only single thread, and if you want to use two processors you have to use 2 vee programs and hoping that your operating system is doing the correct task seperation...
Perhaps the future will change if you send this demand to the enhancement wish web site of Agilent ?
 
detlef

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Von: S Wood [mailto:sfwood@harbornet.com]
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 19. September 2007 16:16
An: VRF
Betreff: [vrf] Vee and Multicore Processors


Hi All,
 
I was reading a NI newsletter about using LV with multicore processors (see url), and I was wondering if anyone has tried this with Vee, or if it is possible?  I have a process that reads two laser heads, and with this type of processing I could really speed up the testing.
 
http://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/6421
 
Thanks,
 
Steve


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