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Hi,

 

I want to do a sub-vi that does the following:

-User inputs a number (x)

-Turn on x number of leds

 

 

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just for those who may have the same doubt...

 

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Next time you post, you should provide a much more detailed explanation of what you want.  There is no way anyone could guess from your message that that is what you wanted to achieve.

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I'm still trying to figure out if he answered his own question, or whether there's still a question here?

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Accepted by topic author Baioneta

A much simpler way to accomplish the same thing is the Initialize Array function: set the value to a true constant and the size to the number of "LEDs" you want turned on.

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I would avoid converting doubles to boolean arrays. You should be working with integer values. It is possible you will not get the desired result depending on the fractional value of the double.



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thanks nathand, that way of doing it is much better because now i can hide the "off" leds by controlling the number of columns of the arraySmiley Happy

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