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Feedback note - what's wrong?

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I tried to write a VI such that everytime when the OK button is pressed, the numeric indicator will increment one.

But it doesn't work as expected.

I am using feedback node method.

Please help.

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Why not use an event structure instead?

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Event structure cannot be used in my context.

 

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So, you're saying you are being forced to do it this way?  Like, as an example, for an assignment?

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it seems you are using "continuous run" mode, which reinitializes yor feedbanck node wkth every auto-restart. place a while loop with a delay around your code and use the regular run button.

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It get reinitialize every time you press ok so you will always get the same value at the output.

 

Ben64

 

too late, Altenbach already responded!

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