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LabVIEW™ for Data Acquisition by Bruce Mihura

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12 Finalizing Your LabVIEW Software

Once you’ve finally finished your project, there are certain steps you can take to lock your LabVIEW project, thus making sure it doesn’t get changed or damaged. A non-LabVIEW programmer ultimately runs every single DAQ project I’ve ever done, hence this chapter. And all of these users are usually bright and/or curious people who will probably have the urge to modify the software. This is generally a bad thing, regardless of the user’s intentions, for obvious reasons.

If you want to distribute your LabVIEW software to other computers, there are other steps you can take to make this distribution simple. These steps involve creating an. exe file by buying even more NI software, the LabVIEW Application Builder. ...

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