Use event structure to execute code periodically

March 25, 2024, 16:00 – 16:15 UTC
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There are several methods to schedule code execution at regular intervals in a LabVIEW program.

On desktop operating systems, I find it helpful to create a "Helper loop" using a while loop and an event structure.

In this 15-minute presentation, I will demonstrate the correct way to implement this method to ensure a consistent execution period.

Olivier Jourdan

Olivier is the founder and owner of Wovalab, a company that helps people getting the most from LabVIEW. He also is a member of the DQMH® Consortium board that ensures that the DQMH® framework is maintained and continues to evolve.

He started working with LabVIEW™ in the late ’90s. He loves helping teams to design and produce well-architectured LabVIEW™ applications using the best development practices.

He's developed Antidoc, an open-source project, that provides an automated code documentation generator for your LabVIEW projects.

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