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I am trying to latch a boolean indicator when true. Once it reads true I want it to stay latched even if the input changes states.

Hi Justin,

I too need it in LV 7.1. Can you repost it ?

- Partha ( CLD until Oct 2021 🙂 )
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Hi Justin 😧

Can you post the TestLatch.vi on this thread in Labview version 7.1. I do not have Labview 8.0

Respectfully,

Nirav
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Hello Nirav,
 
I've saved this VI down to 7.1 and attached it to this email.
 
Regards,
Justin D
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Hi

 

I am new to labview. I was also advised to use stop button to stop the program instead of Abort button. Then, can I know the purpose of abort button in usual program execution?

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@Mahendar wrote:

I am new to labview. I was also advised to use stop button to stop the program instead of Abort button. Then, can I know the purpose of abort button in usual program execution?


(You probably should have started a new discussion instead of adding to a five year old thread about a slighly different problem)

 

The abort button has no purpose in "usual program execution" (whatever that means). It can be used during development and debugging to abort a runaway VI, for example.

 

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hello everyone,

i hope that i am posting under the right header.

I did a program for led using case structure and while loop. but the problem is that the led is blinking. i 

dont want it to blink. i want the pin to stay high then when i press the boolean, it shall be off.

 

the led pin is on my breadboard.

can any1 help

 the first snapshot i use a simple case structure

 

can any2 help. i was thnking to use the latch button but where should i put the reset

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Hi Zahkay,

 

why do you hijack several old threads for your own question? Why don't you stick with your own threads?

 

Please keep your problem in just one place!

Best regards,
GerdW


using LV2016/2019/2020 on Win8.1/10+cRIO
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hello sir. it is the same link right. when i write it. 

and i recheck i though i didnt write it on the same thread

hence it came on 2 thread

am sorry for it.

how should i delete it

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In a case like this, I would use an XControl.  This case is rather simple.

"If you weren't supposed to push it, it wouldn't be a button."
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