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Re: Part III: Selecting a Modular Test Systems Architecture
caa028   6/6/2012 2:25:22 PM
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@Rick - have you participated in generating the content you are presenting (literally it's coming from the page Mr.E referenced below)?
copy paste from there: "Programming Tools
Drivers can go one step beyond providing an easy-to-use API by adding tools to facilitate development by saving you time. I/O assistants are interactive tools for very rapidly creating a measurement or stimulus applications. An example of an I/O assistant is DAQ Assistant, which is part of the NI-DAQmx driver. DAQ Assistant presents a panel to the user for configuring common data acquisition parameters without programming. The combination of easy-to-use assistants and powerful programming environments is necessary to provide both rapid development and the capabilities to meet a breadth of application requirements."



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