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I have generated a value let us consider as an indicator now when i run it for the next time the indicator shouldn't reinitialise to zero.Is there any possibility of doing so....
Save the value to a file. When the VI runs again, have it read the file and write the value to a local variable of the indicator.
Get the value and store it in a file (for instance an ini file) when you close.
Read the value from the file when you start and set it.
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If you don't need to close and reopen the VI (more specifically if it won't leave memory between executions) then you could also consider Uninitialized Shift Registers as a possibility.
These are quicker and simpler to set up but are subject to the restrictions I mentioned - they will not retain values if the VI leaves memory.
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