Welcome to The Automation Blog's “Flashback Friday!”
This blog series highlights automation articles and content that I originally posted on my previous website(s) between 1999 to 2013.
Today I'm highlighting an RSView32 program I wrote to work with last week's RSLogix 500 sorting program.
In the early spring of 2000, a good friend of mine asked for help creating a program that would sort racers based on their race time.
His company was participating in a trade show at Disney World, and had built a “Slot Car” race track to demo their products. Since they were giving prizes away to the attendee with the fastest lap time, they needed a way to sort racers by their lap time, and I created this RSView32 Project to interface to the RSLogix 500 program I wrote.
To read the original story and download the project, see the reposted article HERE on The Automation Blog:
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