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## Re: CLAD2017 - Fundamentals - Waveform Graphs

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Which of the following VI generated the data displayed in Waveform Graph?

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Oh, the daily CLAD continues ...
Thank you Steve for the time you spend ...
I would say a, b, c and d.

Edit:

My approach was:
It doesn’t matter how we build the array.
It does matter how the shape of the array is.
In addition we have the option for “transpose array”
I cant find it in the block diagram but in the Front Panel.

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Assuming the default setting for the "Transpose Array" on the graph (off), B and C.

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B and C . As there are only 4 lines

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Why I should assume a default setting? If yes it should be mentioned in the text.

But maybe the empathy let you feel what Steve really wants to know 😉
This would be more difficult for none or less English Speakers like me …

For me it is the opposite (even I could be wrong). The “plus” in this DCLAD is to remember that we have this option …

Nevertheless, whatever Steves intention was, thank you for discussing!

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Keep in mind that these questions are to imitate a real CLAD exam.  In those types of exams, you have to assume default settings unless otherwise stated.

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@crossrulz: Oh, ok, this is a quite important information. Thank you!

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It seems only B. Because Build Array (outside For Loop) only provides 4 randomly generated lines in the Waveform Graph.

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B. is the only one that produces a 4x5 array, 4 signals, 5 pts each

A => 5x4 array, 5 signals, 4 pts each

C => 4x4 array, 4 signals, 4 pts each

D => 5x4 array, 4 signals, 5 pts each

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C

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a) 5x4

b) 4x5

c) 4x5

d) 5x4

--> b) and c)

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Can any one explain in what case which option will be the output, each comment says different options  i am Stumped to comments

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according to the graph we should get 4 signals (lines) and 5 data points(0,1,2,3,4)

a) will have 4 data points with 5 lines (not the right answer)

b) will have 5 data points with 4 lines (right answer)

c) will have 5 data points with 4 lines (right answer)

d) will have 4 data points with 5 lines (not the right answer)

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