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Windows C++ Base Program

Started by ken August 29, 2003
I am in the process of building my own PC based sound meter to measure the
effects of the highway going in by me.

I have no problems with building the HW nor the DSP software.  However, to
speed up the work I am looking for a shareware Microst C++ code that has the
basic windowing infrasture in place to graph the signals.  I will add my own
specilized routines to handle the calibration, power calulations and
filtering.  So any suggestions on where to find a good, stable foundation
program to start working with?

Ken


I am in the process of building my own PC based sound meter to measure the
effects of the highway going in by me.

I have no problems with building the HW nor the DSP software.  However, to
speed up the work I am looking for a shareware Microst C++ code that has the
basic windowing infrasture in place to graph the signals.  I will add my own
specilized routines to handle the calibration, power calulations and
filtering.  So any suggestions on where to find a good, stable foundation
program to start working with?

Ken


Hi Ken,

> ...C++ code...graph... > where to find a good, stable foundation > program to start working with
Oh Dorothy: you could have gone there any time you wished; just click your heels... Try "c++ graphing library" on Google and you'll get lots of hits like this: http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Way/1624/graphing.html HTH Rick "google-is-you-best-buddy" Armstrong (reply address is bogus)