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Choosing between two loops to execute

For example, let's say I created a VI with two loops...is there a function or way to allow only 1 of the loops to operate if a certain criteria is met?

 

So let's say if the number is greater than 10, loop 1 will execute but if the number is less than 10, loop 2 will execute.

 

I was thinking of something like a "if, else" kind of statement but I can't seem to find anything similiar to that in LabVIEW.

 

I didn't attach my VI because I haven't been able to figure out what functions to use yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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This sounds like you need to use a case structure as in the picture below.

 

Run one case or the other.

 

 

 

     Rob

Message Edited by Robert Cole on 06-24-2009 04:45 PM
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Another way.

 

 

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I think you are approaching this from the wrong end.

 

Why not use a single loop containing a case structure with the two code alternatives? That would make much more sense. 😄


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If the requirement is to run both loops simultanously use two case structures with in a loop

 

otherwise you could use them in two different states with a statemachine architecture 

 

 

Sundar.

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