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## Sometimes, ides come to mind and there is no way to get rid of them aside from expresssing them

I passed a Class!

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Ben

Retired Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile YouTube Channel
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## Re: Sometimes, ides come to mind and there is no way to get rid of them aside from expresssing them

Ben:

Personally, I object to that- you just flushed your inheritance down the drain....

-AK2DM

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

Because I am gonna use shift registers for an arithmetic time sequence that's y otherwise while loop at this point is of no use.

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

@sets wrote:

Because I am gonna use shift registers for an arithmetic time sequence that's y otherwise while loop at this point is of no use.

Are you commenting on anything specific?

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

@altenbach wrote:

12+ years later and some virus gives this a completely new meaning. 😄

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

I wonder what the block diagram scale equivalent of 6ft is.

Joe.
"NOTHING IS EVER EASY"
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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

@Joe_H wrote:

I wonder what the block diagram scale equivalent of 6ft is.

This is the thinnest queue wire.

A single bit of that wire () is 5-pixels tall. Therefore

5 pixels = 1 queue-bit

The conversion to metric and other units is left as an exercise for the reader.

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

@AristosQueue (NI) wrote:

5 pixels = 1 queue-bit

If I had heard you say that out loud, then I would naturally conclude that the block diagram scale equivalent of 6ft is 20 pixels.

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## Re: LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

@AristosQueue (NI) wrote:

@Joe_H wrote:

I wonder what the block diagram scale equivalent of 6ft is.

This is the thinnest queue wire.

A single bit of that wire () is 5-pixels tall. Therefore

5 pixels = 1 queue-bit

The conversion to metric and other units is left as an exercise for the reader.

Hmmm....

Queue-BYTE?

Ben

Retired Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile YouTube Channel
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