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LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!


@Ben wrote:

Queue-BYTE?


See "cubit" 🙂

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@AristosQueue wrote:


See "cubit" 🙂


I thought you were trying to make a qubit reference but this makes much more sense. Well, as much sense as measuring things with cubits can possibly be.

Matt J | National Instruments | CLA
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@Jacobson wrote:

@AristosQueue wrote:


See "cubit" 🙂


I thought you were trying to make a qubit reference but this makes much more sense. Well, as much sense as measuring things with cubits can possibly be.


I am familiar with a "cubit" and use it regularly particularly when working in the woods. "Is a log long enough to bridge a stream?" for example.

 

 

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My point was related to the "bit" part since there is no "bit" data type in LabVIEW. Even Booleans are (?) are actually 16  bit (correct me if I am wrong). There are bit-wise operations but they operate on U8s or larger.

 

So no "bit" only "bits".

 

Splitting hairs I admit.

 

As an old guy that has actually seen and trouble-shot a bad bit I just had to make the distinction.

 

 

The original joke was rather clever and I liked it.

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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