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Aerozord 01-07-2017 03:43 PM

Coding advice
 
Ok no idea how good people are at actual coding here but figured I'd ask. I'm playing with a circuit board to turn valves on and off in sequence at certain times. Back when I was in engineering we made stuff like that and it was easy. However the program I used is obsolete, cant find it anymore (it was a version of visual basic I believe). I have found lots of different software writing programs, and tutorials, but none that match each other. I tried doing a google search for the program I have but the tutorials that show up tell me to select things that just aren't there.

I'm at a complete lose, I've been trying things for weeks and am desperate at this point. Hell if you know someone that can just make the program I'll even pay for it. I just want this thing done.

Gregness 01-09-2017 06:02 PM

Can you tell me a little more about your target hardware? For small projects like this I know Arduino microcontrollers are popular, and assembly and C are well-suited to stuff like that. Java is also an option that wouldn't need you specifically to know as much about your hardware, but you'd need to find a JVM for your hardware.

Aerozord 01-11-2017 02:27 PM

Oh crap I forgot that stuff. Its a velleman VM110. Using windows 7 SP1


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