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Labview 高级编程技巧 Chapter 1 Introduction to LabVIEW....................................................................1 1.1 Virtual Instruments...........................................................................................1 1.1.1 The Front Panel....................................................................................2 1.1.2 Block Diagram .....................................................................................2 1.1.3 Executing VIs.......................................................................................3 1.1.4 LabVIEW File Extensions ...................................................................5 1.2 LabVIEW Projects ...........................................................................................5 1.3 Help ..................................................................................................................6 1.3.1 Built-in Help ........................................................................................7 1.3.2 Websites................................................................................................8 1.4 Data Flow Programming..................................................................................8 1.5 Menus and Palettes ..........................................................................................9 1.6 Front Panel Controls ......................................................................................11 1.6.1 User Control Sets ...............................................................................12 1.6.1.1 Numeric...............................................................................13 1.6.1.2 Boolean ...............................................................................15 1.6.1.3 String & Path ......................................................................16 1.6.1.4 Ring & Enum, List & Table...............................................18 1.6.1.5 Array, Cluster, and Matrix..................................................20 1.6.1.6 Graphs and Charts ..............................................................22 1.6.1.7 String & Path and I/O ........................................................24 1.7 Block Diagram Functions ..............................................................................26 1.7.1 Structures............................................................................................26 1.7.1.1 Sequence Structure .............................................................27 1.7.1.2 Case Structure.....................................................................30 1.7.1.3 For Loop .............................................................................32 1.7.1.4 While Loop .........................................................................37 1.7.1.5 Event Structure ...................................................................38 1.7.1.6 Disable Structure ................................................................38 1.7.1.7 Timed Structure ..................................................................39 1.7.1.8 Formula Node .....................................................................41 1.7.2 Numeric, Boolean, String, and Comparison .....................................42 1.7.3 Array and Cluster...............................................................................45 1.7.4 Timing ................................................................................................47 1.7.5 Dialog and User Interface..................................................................48 1.7.6 File I/O ...............................................................................................49 1.7.7 Instrument I/O, Connectivity, and Communication ..........................51 1.7.8 Creating Connectors...........................................................................52 1.7.9 Editing Icons ......................................................................................54 1.7.10 Using SubVIs .....................................................................................56 1.7.11 VI Setup .............................................................................................56 1.8 Setting Options...............................................................................................61 1.8.1 Paths ...................................................................................................61 1.8.2 Block Diagram ...................................................................................62 1.8.3 Environment .......................................................................................63 1.8.4 Revision History.................................................................................63 1.8.5 VI Server and Web Server .................................................................64 1.8.6 Controls/Functions Palettes................................................................65 Chapter 2 LabVIEW Features ............................................................................69 2.1 Global and Local Variables............................................................................69 2.2 Shared Variables.............................................................................................72 2.3 Customizing Controls ....................................................................................74 2.3.1 Custom Controls ................................................................................74 2.3.2 Type Definitions .................................................................................76 2.3.3 Strict Type Definitions .......................................................................77 2.4 Property Nodes...............................................................................................78 2.5 Reentrant VIs..................................................................................................81 2.6 Libraries (.LLB) .............................................................................................83 2.7 Web Server .....................................................................................................86 2.8 Web Publishing Tool......................................................................................89 2.9 Instrument Driver Tools .................................................................................90 2.10 Profile Functions ............................................................................................94 2.10.1 VI Profiler ..........................................................................................94 2.10.2 Buffer Allocations ..............................................................................97 2.10.3 VI Metrics ..........................................................................................97 2.11 Auto SubVI Creation .....................................................................................98 2.12 Graphical Comparison Tools .......................................................................100 2.12.1 Compare VIs ....................................................................................101 2.12.2 Compare VI Hierarchies ..................................................................102 2.12.3 SCC Compare Files .........................................................................103 2.13 Report Generation Palette ............................................................................104 2.14 Application Builder......................................................................................106 2.15 Sound VIs.....................................................................................................107 2.16 Application Control......................................................................................109 2.16.1 VI Server VIs ...................................................................................109 2.16.2 Menu VIs..........................................................................................113 2.16.3 Help VIs ...........................................................................................117 2.16.4 Other Application Control VIs.........................................................118 2.17 Advanced Functions.....................................................................................118 2.17.1 Data Manipulation............................................................................118 2.17.2 Calling External Code......................................................................119 2.17.3 Synchronization................................................................................119 2.18 Source Code Control....................................................................................121 2.18.1 Configuration....................................................................................121 2.18.2 Adding and Modifying Files ...........................................................122 2.18.3 Advanced Features ...........................................................................123 2.19 Graphs ..........................................................................................................124 2.19.1 Standard Graphs...............................................................................124 2.19.2 3-D Graphs.......................................................................................125 2.19.3 Digital and Mixed Signal Graphs....................................................126 2.19.4 Picture Graphs..................................................................................126 2.20 Data Logging................................................................................................126 2.21 Find and Replace .........................................................................................127 2.22 Print Documentation ....................................................................................129 2.23 VI History ....................................................................................................130 2.24 Key Navigation ............................................................................................131 2.25 Express VIs ..................................................................................................132 2.26 Navigation Window......................................................................................133 2.27 Splitter Bar ...................................................................................................133 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................134 Chapter 3 State Machines .................................................................................135 3.1 Introduction ..................................................................................................135 3.1.1 State Machines in LabVIEW...........................................................136 3.1.2 When to Use a State Machine .........................................................136 3.1.3 Types of State Machines..................................................................137 3.2 Enumerated Types and Type Definitions.....................................................137 3.2.1 Type Definitions Used with State Machines ...................................138 3.2.2 Creating Enumerated Constants and Type Definitions ...................139 3.2.3 Converting between Enumerated Types and Strings.......................139 3.2.4 Drawbacks to Using Type Definitions and Enumerated Controls ............................................................................................140 3.3 Sequence-Style State Machine.....................................................................140 3.3.1 When to Use a Sequence-Style State Machine...............................141 3.3.2 Example............................................................................................142 3.4 Test Executive-Style State Machine ............................................................144 3.4.1 The LabVIEW Template Standard State Machine..........................145 3.4.2 When to Use a Test Executive-Style State Machine.......................147 3.4.3 Recommended States for a Test Executive-Style State Machine............................................................................................147 3.4.4 Determining States for Test Executive-Style State Machines.........148 3.4.5 Example............................................................................................149 3.5 Classical-Style State Machine .....................................................................151 3.5.1 When to Use a Classical-Style State Machine................................152 3.5.2 Example............................................................................................152 3.6 Queued-Style State Machine .......................................................................161 3.6.1 When to Use the Queued-Style State Machine...............................162 3.6.2 Example Using LabVIEW Queue Functions ..................................162 3.6.3 Example Using an Input Array........................................................164 3.7 Drawbacks to Using State Machines...........................................................164 3.8 Recommendations and Suggestions.............................................................166 3.8.1 Documentation .................................................................................166 3.8.2 Ensure Proper Setup.........................................................................166 3.8.3 Error, Open, and Close States..........................................................166 3.8.4 Status of Shift Registers ..................................................................167 3.8.5 Typecasting an Index to an Enumerated Type ................................167 3.8.6 Make Sure You Have a Way Out.....................................................168 3.9 Problems/Examples......................................................................................168 3.9.1 The Blackjack Example ...................................................................168 3.9.2 The Test Sequencer Example...........................................................171 3.9.3 The PC Calculator Example ............................................................176 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................179 Chapter 4 Application Structure .......................................................................181 4.1 Planning........................................................................................................181 4.2 Purpose of Structure.....................................................................................182 4.3 Software Models ..........................................................................................183 4.3.1 The Waterfall Model ........................................................................184 4.3.2 The Spiral Model .............................................................................185 4.3.3 Block Diagrams................................................................................186 4.3.4 Description of Logic ........................................................................186 4.4 Project Administration .................................................................................187 4.5 Documentation .............................................................................................188 4.5.1 LabVIEW Documentation ...............................................................188 4.5.2 Printing LabVIEW Documentation .................................................189 4.5.3 VI History ........................................................................................189 4.6 The Three-Tiered Structure..........................................................................189 4.7 Main Level ...................................................................................................192 4.7.1 User Interface...................................................................................192 4.7.1.1 User Interface Design .......................................................192 4.7.1.2 Property Node Examples..................................................194 4.7.1.3 Customizing Menus..........................................................197 4.7.2 Exception-Handling at the Main Level ...........................................199 4.8 Second Level — Test Level.........................................................................199 4.9 Bottom Level — Drivers .............................................................................201 4.10 Style Tips......................................................................................................203 4.10.1 Sequence Structures .........................................................................203 4.10.2 Nested Structures .............................................................................204 4.10.3 Drivers ..............................................................................................205 4.10.4 Polling Loops ...................................................................................205 4.10.5 Array Handling ................................................................................206 4.11 The LabVIEW Project .................................................................................207 4.11.1 Project Overview..............................................................................207 4.11.2 Project File Operations ....................................................................209 4.11.3 Project Library .................................................................................210 4.11.4 Project File Organization .................................................................212 4.11.5 Build Specifications .........................................................................213 4.11.6 Source Code Management...............................................................215 4.12 Summary ......................................................................................................215 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................218 Chapter 5 Drivers ..............................................................................................219 5.1 Communication Standards ...........................................................................219 5.1.1 GPIB.................................................................................................219 5.1.2 Serial Communications ....................................................................221 5.1.3 VXI...................................................................................................223 5.1.4 LXI ...................................................................................................224 5.1.5 VISA Definition ...............................................................................224 5.1.6 DDE..................................................................................................226 5.1.7 OLE..................................................................................................227 5.1.8 TCP/IP..............................................................................................227 5.1.9 DataSocket........................................................................................228 5.1.10 Traditional DAQ...............................................................................229 5.1.11 NI-DAQmx.......................................................................................231 5.1.12 File I/O .............................................................................................235 5.1.13 Code Interface Node and Call Library Function ............................239 5.2 Driver Classifications ...................................................................................240 5.2.1 Configuration Drivers.......................................................................241 5.2.2 Measurement Drivers .......................................................................241 5.2.3 Status Drivers ...................................................................................241 5.3 Inputs/Outputs ..............................................................................................241 5.4 Error Handling .............................................................................................242 5.5 NI Spy ..........................................................................................................244 5.5.1 NI Spy Introduction .........................................................................244 5.5.2 Configuring NI Spy..........................................................................244 5.5.3 Running NI Spy ...............................................................................246 5.6 Driver Guidelines .........................................................................................247 5.7 Reuse and Development Reduction.............................................................247 5.8 Driver Example ............................................................................................248 5.9 Instrument I/O Assistant ..............................................................................250 5.10 IVI Drivers ...................................................................................................251 5.10.1 Classes of IVI Drivers .....................................................................251 5.10.2 Interchangeability.............................................................................252 5.10.3 Simulation ........................................................................................252 5.10.4 State Management............................................................................253 5.10.5 IVI Driver Installation......................................................................253 5.10.6 IVI Configuration.............................................................................254 5.10.7 How to Use IVI Drivers...................................................................255 5.10.8 Soft Panels........................................................................................256 5.10.9 IVI Driver Example .........................................................................256 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................260 Chapter 6 Exception Handling..........................................................................261 6.1 Exception Handling Defined........................................................................261 6.2 Types of Errors.............................................................................................263 6.2.1 I/O Errors .........................................................................................263 6.2.2 Logical Errors ..................................................................................264 6.3 Built-in Error Handling................................................................................265 6.3.1 Error Cluster.....................................................................................265 6.3.2 Error Codes ......................................................................................268 6.3.3 VISA Error Handling.......................................................................268 6.3.4 Simple Error Handler.......................................................................270 6.3.5 General Error Handler .....................................................................270 6.3.6 Find First Error ................................................................................271 6.3.7 Clear Error........................................................................................272 6.4 Performing Exception Handling ..................................................................272 6.4.1 When?...............................................................................................272 6.4.2 Exception-Handling at Main Level .................................................273 6.4.3 Programmer-Defined Errors.............................................................273 6.4.4 Managing Errors ..............................................................................274 6.4.5 State Machine Exception Handling .................................................276 6.4.6 Logging Errors .................................................................................277 6.4.7 External Error Handler.....................................................................277 6.4.8 Proper Exit Procedure......................................................................280 6.4.9 Exception Handling Example ..........................................................281 6.5 Debugging Code...........................................................................................286 6.5.1 Error List ..........................................................................................286 6.5.2 Execution Highlighting ....................................................................287 6.5.3 Single-Stepping ................................................................................287 6.5.4 Probe Tool ........................................................................................288 6.5.5 Breakpoint Tool................................................................................290 6.5.6 Suspending Execution......................................................................291 6.5.7 Data Logging....................................................................................291 6.5.8 NI Spy/GPIB Spy.............................................................................292 6.5.9 Utilization of Debugging Tools .......................................................293 6.5.10 Evaluating Race Conditions.............................................................295 6.6 Summary ......................................................................................................296 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................297 Chapter 7 Shared Variable ................................................................................299 7.1 Overview of Shared Variables .....................................................................299 7.1.1 Single Process Variables ..................................................................300 7.1.2 Network Published Variable.............................................................300 7.2 Shared Variable Engine................................................................................301 7.2.1 Accessing the Shared Variable Engine ............................................301 7.2.1.1 Shared Variable Manager..................................................301 7.2.1.2 Windows Event Viewer ....................................................302 7.2.1.3 Windows Performance Monitor .......................................302 7.2.1.4 Windows Task Manager ...................................................304 7.3 Shared Variable Processes and Services......................................................304 7.4 Shared Variable Networking ........................................................................306 7.5 Shared Variable Domains.............................................................................308 7.6 Pitfalls of Distributed Applications .............................................................312 7.7 Shared Variables and Network Security ......................................................313 7.7.1 LabVIEW Specific Security Issues..................................................316 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................317 Chapter 8 .NET, ActiveX, and COM................................................................319 8.1 Introduction to OLE, COM, and ActiveX...................................................320 8.1.1 Definition of Related Terms.............................................................320 8.1.1.1 Properties and Methods ....................................................320 8.1.1.2 Interfaces...........................................................................321 8.1.1.3 Clients and Servers ...........................................................321 8.1.1.4 In-Process and Out-of-Process .........................................321 8.1.1.5 The Variant........................................................................322 8.2 COM.............................................................................................................322 8.3 OLE..............................................................................................................323 8.4 ActiveX.........................................................................................................323 8.4.1 Description of ActiveX ....................................................................323 8.4.2 ActiveX Definitions .........................................................................324 8.4.3 ActiveX Technologies ......................................................................324 8.4.3.1 ActiveX Terminology .......................................................325 8.4.4 Events ...............................................................................................326 8.4.5 Containers.........................................................................................326 8.4.6 How ActiveX Controls Are Used ....................................................327 8.5 .NET .............................................................................................................327 8.5.1 Description of .NET.........................................................................328 8.5.2 Common Language Runtime...........................................................328 8.5.3 Intermediate Language.....................................................................329 8.5.4 Web Protocols ..................................................................................329 8.5.5 Assembly..........................................................................................329 8.5.6 Global Assembly Cache...................................................................329 8.6 LabVIEW and ActiveX................................................................................330 8.6.1 The LabVIEW ActiveX Container ..................................................330 8.6.1.1 Embedding Objects...........................................................330 8.6.1.2 Inserting ActiveX Controls and Documents ....................332 8.6.2 The ActiveX Palette .........................................................................334 8.6.2.1 Automation Open and Close ............................................334 8.6.2.2 The Property Node ...........................................................335 8.6.2.3 The Invoke Node ..............................................................336 8.6.2.4 Variant to Data Function ..................................................339 8.6.3 Using the Container versus Automation..........................................340 8.6.4 Event Support in LabVIEW ............................................................340 8.6.4.1 Register Event...................................................................341 8.6.4.2 Event Callback..................................................................341 8.6.5 LabVIEW as ActiveX Server...........................................................343 8.7 LabVIEW and .NET ....................................................................................344 8.7.1 .NET Containers...............................................................................344 8.7.2 .NET Palette .....................................................................................347 8.8 The VI Server...............................................................................................348 8.9 ActiveX and .NET Examples ......................................................................350 8.9.1 Common Dialog Control .................................................................350 8.9.2 Progress Bar Control........................................................................351 8.9.3 Microsoft Calendar Control .............................................................353 8.9.4 Web Browser Control ......................................................................354 8.9.5 Microsoft Scripting Control.............................................................358 8.9.6 Microsoft System Information Control ...........................................360 8.9.7 Microsoft Status Bar Control...........................................................362 8.9.8 Microsoft Tree View Control...........................................................365 8.9.9 Microsoft Agent ...............................................................................368 8.9.9.1 Request Objects — First Tier...........................................369 8.9.9.2 Other First-Tier Controls ..................................................369 8.9.9.3 The Characters Object ......................................................369 8.9.9.4 The Character Control ......................................................370 8.9.10 Registry Editing Control ..................................................................375 8.9.11 Controlling Microsoft Word.............................................................377 8.9.12 Microsoft Access Control ................................................................379 8.9.13 Instrument Control Using ActiveX..................................................383 8.9.14 Instrument Control Using .NET ......................................................384 8.9.15 Controlling LabVIEW from Other Applications.............................387 8.9.16 Understanding ActiveX Error Codes ...............................................391 8.9.17 Advanced ActiveX details................................................................393 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................395 Chapter 9 Multithreading in LabVIEW............................................................397 9.1 Multithreading Terminology ........................................................................398 9.1.1 Win32 ...............................................................................................398 9.1.2 UNIX................................................................................................398 9.1.3 Multitasking .....................................................................................398 9.1.3.1 Preemptive Multithreading ...............................................399 9.1.4 Kernel Objects..................................................................................400 9.1.5 Thread...............................................................................................400 9.1.6 Process..............................................................................................401 9.1.7 Application .......................................................................................401 9.1.8 Priority..............................................................................................402 9.1.8.1 How Operating Systems Determine which Threads........402 9.1.9 Security.............................................................................................402 9.1.10 Thread Safe ......................................................................................402 9.2 Thread Mechanics ........................................................................................403 9.2.1 Thread States....................................................................................404 9.2.2 Scheduling Threads..........................................................................404 9.2.3 Context Switching............................................................................404 9.3 Win32 Multithreading ..................................................................................405 9.4 Pthreads ........................................................................................................406 9.5 Multithreading Problems..............................................................................407 9.5.1 Race Conditions ...............................................................................408 9.5.2 Priority Inversion..............................................................................408 9.5.3 Starvation..........................................................................................409 9.5.4 Deadlocking .....................................................................................409 9.5.5 Operating System Solutions.............................................................410 9.6 Multithreading Myths ..................................................................................410 9.6.1 The More Threads, the Merrier .......................................................410 9.6.2 More Threads, More Speed .............................................................411 9.6.3 Makes Applications More Robust ...................................................411 9.6.4 Conclusion on Myths.......................................................................412 9.7 Hyper-Threading ..........................................................................................412 9.8 Multithreaded LabVIEW .............................................................................413 9.8.1 Execution Subsystems......................................................................414 9.8.2 The Run Queue ................................................................................417 9.8.3 DLLs in Multithreaded LabVIEW ..................................................418 9.8.4 Customizing the Thread Configuration ...........................................421 9.9 Thread Count Estimation for LabVIEW .....................................................423 9.9.1 Same as Caller or Single Subsystem Applications .........................426 9.9.2 Multiple Subsystem Applications ....................................................427 9.9.3 Optimizing VIs for Threading .........................................................428 9.9.4 Using VI Priorities ...........................................................................432 9.10 Subroutines in LabVIEW.............................................................................434 9.10.1 Express VIs ......................................................................................435 9.10.2 LabVIEW Data Types......................................................................435 9.10.3 When to Use Subroutines ................................................................437 9.11 Summary 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Designs...........................................................476 10.8 Object Template ...........................................................................................487 10.9 Exercises.......................................................................................................489 Bibliography ..........................................................................................................489

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