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LabVIEW is a “Graphical Programming Language”, it is compiled and executed according to code represented graphically; however, it is possible to have two different codes with the same visual representation but with different behavior.
Ex. Can you tell the difference between the two sections of code below?
VI 1: VI 2:
The “VI 2” has the second subVI over the error cluster wire without being connected to it, but you cannot notice it unless you move the subVI. Error cluster terminals are recommended; so, you will be able to run the VI with the error cluster terminals disconnected (without having the run arrow broken).
VI 1:VI 2:
Perform an “Auto Clean Up Wire” to the wire(s) or wire segment(s) that is under a subVI every time a subVI or function is placed over a wire(s).
“Auto Clean Up Wire” when the subVI is released over the wire.