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What is LabWindows/CVI?

The LabWindows/CVI is an ANSI C software used for measurement and testing. This software was developed by the company National Instrument and was released initially as LabWindows for DOS in 1987, and was then soon renamed and revised to accommodate the different Microsoft Windows operating systems. It also provides the user with a user-friendly interface for managing and creating large files.

The CVI in its name stands for C for Visual Instrumentation and is divided into five main areas: the Library Tree, the Project Tree, the Windows Confinement Region, the Output Region and the Debugging Region. The Project Tree organizes the list of projects in the user’s workplace where active projects can be determined easily through and asterisk indicator while the library Tree contains the view of functions and instruments. On the other hand, the LabWindows also has advanced debugging facility, it contains the necessary tools to locate and correct bugs more efficiently to produce more reliable and stronger applications.

The LabWindows/CVI, more commonly referred to as CVI alone, shares the same libraries and modules for data gathering with another product of the same company, the LabVIEW, making it highly compatible with it.

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Last updated: : October 14, 2013