Which of the following are possible contents of Millisecond Timer Values Out following execution of the VI?
I was not understading the difference between B and D but didn't saw the 800 was between 400 and 600.
Observation is success.
So B yes.
I had that same issue when I first read saw the answers. I need to work on reading the questions/answers more slowly
Hi, I am taking CLAD on 6th Nov. I have 5 years experiences of LABview coding. Do you have any suggestion or idea for material to study? I like the challenges on this page, they are mostly mathematics questions.
B. It has the right multiples.
Wait Until Next ms Multiple DetailsWhen LabVIEW calls a VI for example, if millisecond multiple is 10 ms and millisecond timer value is 112 ms, the VI waits 8 more milliseconds until the millisecond timer value is 120 ms, a multiple of 10.
So, B is the correct answer...
Answer: B. Nice one all.
Wait Until Next ms Multiple waits until the value of the millisecond timer becomes a multiple of the specified millisecond multiple. Use this function to synchronize activities. You can call this function in a loop to control the loop execution rate. However, it is possible that the first loop period might be short. Wiring a value of 0 to the milliseconds multiple input forces the current thread to yield control of the CPU.
Hi Alias_GN, as far as I am aware the only resource available for the new style CLAD 2017 is the preparation guide.
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