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Calling labjack in Visual C# windows forms application

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#1 nsilva

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Posted 07 May 2013 - 05:44 AM

Hi once again! I'm trying to make a windows forms application in visual C# and I would like to call labjack to use its analog readings to control a 'point' in the form that will move according to those readings. So far I have a square in the form that I controll trhough keyboard. Now I want to use labjack information. Is it possible to create a class in a windows forms C# project that call labjack and reads a channel from it. I try to do it, following the example codes but I don't know how to do the assembly reference part. Because when I put in my class ' using LabJack.LabJackUD; ' it says that I miss a reference assembly. Can you help me? Thank you for the attention. Kind Regards, Neuza

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