Through the Tools menu it is possible to configure LabVIEW to display the symbol identified by the arrow (the little black square). What does 'the little black square' indicate?
a) LabVIEW is allocating memory space in the form of a buffer
b) LabVIEW is performing a concatenation on the Initialize Array node Output
c) LabVIEW is showing an output coersion dot
d) LabVIEW is indicating that the output array size is 10 or more elements
Answer is A
Ans : A
See this explaination.
Select Tools»Profile»Show Buffer Allocations to display this window.
Use this window to identify specific areas on the block diagram where LabVIEW allocates memory space in the form of a buffer.
Place a checkmark to arrays you want to see buffers for and click the Refresh button. The black squares that appear on the block diagram indicate where LabVIEW creates buffers to allocate space for data.
So answer is:
got it.Thanks for the explaination nmpundlik..
ANS : A
Ans is A
Nice things to note . great explanation nmpundik...
Pundlik, good stepwise explanation. I agree with the answer A.
Answer: A. Nice one DavidCorney, nmpundlik, dyamanna, crossrulz, Kumarhatti, Asha_Nagaraj, RAMESHB & VSC
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What are we characterising this question as; Compiler Optimisation?
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