Using Inquisit to communicate with IO-Warrior


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I have testing equipment that uses IO-Warrior, a communication chip for controlling simple electronics by USB, and is currently set up to do this through Matlab, and I was wondering if it's at all possible/feasible to do this with Inquisit. I'd like to use my existing script and forego the effort of rewriting it in a different language, which is perhaps overly optimistic but I figured I'd ask anyway.

According to the IO-Warrior API documentation, "it is intended to be used with any programming language available on Windows or Linux". I'm not much of a programmer but I know that Inquisit is probably too specialized to fit within this category. Is this at all within its capabilities, even if it's not within mine? I would appreciate any answer.
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LTK - 5/30/2022
I have testing equipment that uses IO-Warrior, a communication chip for controlling simple electronics by USB, and is currently set up to do this through Matlab, and I was wondering if it's at all possible/feasible to do this with Inquisit. I'd like to use my existing script and forego the effort of rewriting it in a different language, which is perhaps overly optimistic but I figured I'd ask anyway.

According to the IO-Warrior API documentation, "it is intended to be used with any programming language available on Windows or Linux". I'm not much of a programmer but I know that Inquisit is probably too specialized to fit within this category. Is this at all within its capabilities, even if it's not within mine? I would appreciate any answer.

I'm afraid the answer is no. Speaking to this device is not within current capabilities.

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Unfortunate, but expected. Thanks for confirming
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