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LabVIEW Core 1 Sample Exercises

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LabVIEW
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Core 1Exercises
Course Software Version 2009October 2009 EditionPart Number 325291A-01
LabVIEW Core 1 Exercises 
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Contents
Student Guide
A.About This Manual...............................................................................................viB.What You Need to Get Started.............................................................................viiC.Installing the Course Software..............................................................................viiiD.Course Goals.........................................................................................................ixE.Course Conventions..............................................................................................x
Lesson 1Setting Up Your Hardware
Exercise 1-1 Concept: MAX.................................................................................1-1Exercise 1-2 Concept: GPIB Configuration with MAX........................................1-8
Lesson 2Navigating LabVIEW
Exercise 2-1 Concept: Exploring a VI...................................................................2-1Exercise 2-2 Concept: Navigating Palettes...........................................................2-4Exercise 2-3 Concept: Selecting a Tool................................................................2-5Exercise 2-4 Concept: Dataflow............................................................................2-9Exercise 2-5 Simple AAP VI.................................................................................2-10
Lesson 3Troubleshooting and Debugging VIs
Exercise 3-1 Concept: Using Help........................................................................3-1Exercise 3-2 Concept: Debugging.........................................................................3-5
Lesson 4Implementing a VI
Exercise 4-1 Determine Warnings VI...................................................................4-1Exercise 4-2 Auto Match VI..................................................................................4-8Exercise 4-3 Concept: While Loops versus For Loops.........................................4-15Exercise 4-4 Average Temperature VI..................................................................4-18Exercise 4-5 Temperature Multiplot VI................................................................4-22Exercise 4-6 Determine Warnings VI...................................................................4-27Exercise 4-7 Self-Study: Square Root VI..............................................................4-32Exercise 4-8 Self-Study: Determine Warnings VI (Challenge)............................4-36Exercise 4-9 Self-Study: Determine More Warnings VI.......................................4-39
Lesson 5Relating Data
Exercise 5-1 Concept: Manipulating Arrays.........................................................5-1Exercise 5-2 Concept: Clusters..............................................................................5-8Exercise 5-3 Concept: Type Definition.................................................................5-14

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