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Associated article: Examining the LabOBJX Real-Time Chart Control

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Published source code accompanying the article by Jonathan Williams in which he develops the GUI for a real-time monitoring system that can display up to five channels at one time, allow users to scroll through large data sets, and more. He selected Scientific Software Tools' LabOBJX Real-Time Chart, a custom control (VBX) that can be used with Visual Basic, C++, and Delphi.

					_Examining the LabOBJX Real-Time Chart Control_
by Jonathan Williams

Listing One
' Get number of Viewports to display from drop down list box
NumViewports = cmbCharts.ListIndex + 1
' Set control to desired number
frmChart!RtChart1.Viewports = NumViewports

Listing Two
Declare Function ...							
										
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