G# Framework - AddQ Consulting Next-Generation Reference-Based Object-Oriented Programming

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  • Reference-based object-oriented support
  • Uses native LabVIEW classes with new DVR structure for excellent performance
  • Support for interfaces
  • Powerful debugger for tracing objects
  • Garbage collector support - objects don't need to be destroyed explicitly
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The G# Framework is a toolkit for NI LabVIEW software that adds reference-based object-oriented support. It combines the new data value reference structure in LabVIEW 2009 with native classes and adds full object-oriented support with excellent performance.

This is the next generation of object-oriented support that makes LabVIEW as powerful as any object-oriented language.

The G# Framework also has a plug-in for StarUML support.

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