I'm an italian high school student and I and my classmates are using a ps3000 oscilloscope for a project about radioactivity.
In this moment we need to write our own code to run the oscilloscope; personally I'm a good python programmer and I'm thinking to write the code of the program in this scripting language. I've studied the documentation of the ps3000.dll library and also the various examples in C, C++ and VB6 and I would very pleased to know if I can use this library in python. The problem is that I've found that a lot of the ps3000's functions want pointers as parameter ( such as ps3000.get_timebases or ps3000.get_values ) and python doesn't have pointers.
So this is my question: can I program the oscilloscope using this language or is better to use another one?
p.s.: please excuse me if I've posted this in the wrong section, but I didn't a better place.