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Boolean To (0,1) has no effect at all!

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Please seScreenshot (104).pnge my example. It shown that no negate or invertor effect at all.

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Hey, andywong1026

from my point of view, it is unclear what are you trying to do. Can you explain?

another thing, avoid posting VIs in the latest version of LabVIEW, probably most people here wont be using LV2022, Can you upload a version in LV2019 for example?

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It would be much more interesting to also know what you think should happen! Do you believe that Reverse Array and Invert are complimentary operators? Do you expect something else?

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I was trying to test how Bool To behaves. I only have the latest version of Labview sorry.

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Now I realized that Bool To (0,1) only convert boolean to I16 integer and no negating bits

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@andywong1026 wrote:

I was trying to test how Bool To behaves. I only have the latest version of Labview sorry.


in case you need next time:

Save for Previous Version Dialog Box


https://www.ni.com/docs/en-US/bundle/labview/page/lvdialog/save_options.html#:~:text=To%20save%20a%2....

Jorge Augusto Pessatto Mondadori, PhD
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