Consider the Enumerated Type configuration shown below:
If both StevesEnum In and SteveEnum Out are configured as shown above and the value of StevesEnum In is Item3, what is StevesEnum Out following execution of the VI?
a) Item 1
If you wanted to do this properly, you would have a Type Def for the enum...Anyways, the value will roll over, so A
Enumerated Type Controls
Use enumerated type controls to give users a list of items from which to select. An enumerated type control, or enum, is similar to a text or menu ring control in that both contain lists of strings through which you can cycle. However, enumerated type controls differ from ring controls in the following ways:
Except for LabVIEW FPGA, where it just keeps adding and d) is the correct answer...
Answer: A. Nice one all.
crossrulz is correct, in my opinion enums (Enumerated Types) and Type Defs (Type Definitions) should always be used in conjunction with each other.
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