"Juan" wrote in message news:101-506500000008000000DD140000email@example.com... > Excuse my ignorance. One weekend playing with LabVIEW... > > Situation: A transmitter controller has two switches: > 1) RF output (ON/OFF) > 2) Output switch (Antenna-1/Antenna-2) > > Rule: When the output power is ON you cannot change the state of the > output switch since it might damage the transmitter when the load > changes. > > Question: How can I freeze the position of the Output Switch when the > RF Power switch is in the ON state?
True, but references can be used in sub-VIs. Attribute nodes can't.
"Craig Graham" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org... > Why bother with a reference when an attribute node can do it in less space > and effort? > > Alan Brause wrote in message > news:email@example.com... > > Here's one way using LabVIEW 6 references. > > > > Alan > > >