Does eValid have an programmable interface

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Does eValid have an programmable interface

Postby CareyF » Mon Nov 04, 2019 12:45 pm

Hi.

I noted that eValid has it's own command language -- you call it a script language -- but does eValid have a programmable interface?

A programmable interface would speed up my tests using eValid not to mention efficient in some areas.


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Re: Does eValid have an programmable interface

Postby eValid » Tue Nov 05, 2019 9:20 am

CareyF wrote:Hi.

I noted that eValid has it's own command language -- you call it a script language -- but does eValid have a programmable interface?

A programmable interface would speed up my tests using eValid not to mention efficient in some areas.


Thanks


Thanks for asking CareyF.

Yes, in addition to the simple script language, which is really a command language that admits parameters, there is an interface to eValid that runs through C++.

Here is the manual page for the eValid Programmatic Interface (EPI):

http://e-valid.com/Promotion/EPI/general.html

Also, here is one example of how the EIP works:

http://e-valid.com/Products/Documentati ... 1.cpp.html

Please contact us if you like further information about our EPI feature.


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