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Look on attach vi. Can I do it without case?


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Yup. Here it is. I tried to save it as 5.0... let me know if it
doesn't work.

I even got it to use the default value w/o having to limit the input.

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Rick
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Hi Labviewers,

my suggestion is also attached... 😉

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Markus Buchner
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I am using NI's reader/poster and I don't know how to make attachments.

I like Markus Buchner's indexing array the best due to it's ease of growth
and ability to be understood.

Another way to go would be to use a formula node. Popup and add input called
Input, add output called Output, and use this formula:
Output=Input==0?1.56:(Input==1?5.89:2.68);

This would probably be among the least easy to understand or grow.

Good question!

Bob Young
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Hi. I can not read your example.vi . It had made in LabVIEW 5.1, but I have 5.0
only. 😞
But I have understood.

"Robert Young" robert.young wrote:

> I am using NI's reader/poster and I don't know how to make attachments.
>
> I like Markus Buchner's indexing array the best due to it's ease of growth
> and ability to be understood.
>
> Another way to go would be to use a formula node. Popup and add input called
> Input, add output called Output, and use this formula:
> Output=Input==0?1.56:(Input==1?5.89:2.68);
>
> This would probably be among the least easy to understand or grow.
>
> Good question!
>
> Bob Young
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