You have numerous VIs that use a typedef of a cluster containing several elements, some instances of which use different default values for elements of the cluster in a control or constant. Which of the following edits can be made without resetting the default value of these elements?
a. You can add new elements at any location within the cluster as long as no previously existing element names are changed.
b. You can add new elements to the end of the cluster and you can change the names of previously existing elements.
c. You can modify both the order of elements in the cluster and the names of elements as long as all callers are in memory when the edit is made.
d. You can modify both the order of elements in the cluster and the names of elements in a single edit as long as all callers are not in memory when the edit is made.
According to the Answer Sheet, the answer is "c". I have tried this in both LV2009 and LV2012: if I re-order the elements in a cluster type def, or change an element name, the default value of instances is totally reset (numerics go to 0, booleans go to FALSE, strings go empty etc.).