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LabVIEW Programming Structures

LabVIEW Programming Structures

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LabVIEW Programming Structures
Structures located on the
palette to control how a block diagram executesprocesses:
Formula Node:
Performs mathematical operations based onnumeric input.
For Loop:
Executes a subdiagram a set number of times.
Case structure:
Contains multiple subdiagrams, only one of which executes depending on the input value passed to thestructure.
Sequence structure:
Contains one or more subdiagrams,which execute in sequential order.
Diagram Disable Structure:
Has one or more sub diagrams,or cases, of which only the Enabled sub diagram executes
While Loop:
Executes a subdiagram until a condition is met.
Formula Node
Formula Node is a box where you enter algebraicformulas directly into the Block Diagram. It is usefulwhen an equation is complicated or has many variables.y = x^2 + x + 1
Declare an input variable by right-clicking the Formula Node border and selecting
Add Input
from the shortcut menu. You cannot declare input variables inside theFormula NodeDeclare an output variable by right-clicking the Formula Node border and selecting
Add Output
from the shortcut menu.

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