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Porting Ethernet2 library to Labview
August 1, 2016
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ddowning1327
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Hello, I am attempting to port the Ethernet2 library to labview so I can use an ethernet shield and write code in labview for my Arduino.  I am working on making a VI for the client.println function.  The description says the input int "data" which could be a number or an ascii string.  My question is what should I make that input on the front panel of my VI?  Thanks for the help ahead of time.  

August 2, 2016
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That means the Arduino function supports both an int or string datatype (it is auto adapting).  So you could create 2 VIs if you want, one with a numeric control and one with a string.  Or just create the one you need if you don't require both.

August 2, 2016
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Ok thanks, that makes sense, I will do that.  

January 19, 2018
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Hello, were you able to successfully port the Ethernet library to LabVIEW to use the Ethernet shield?? Please could you share?

January 19, 2018
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Hello Alenthomas, no I was never able to make this work.  In all fairness, I barely got to work on it because my employer did not want me to spend time on it.  I use the programmable wireless stamps (PWS) at home and there are already nice VIs for that.  I'm not sure if TSXperts is still in business but they were considering making VIs for this library.  That would be great.  

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