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Identify the type of Tunnel identified by the arrows?   

Tunnels 01_04_2015.png

a) Feedback Tunnels

b) Feedforward Tunnels

c) Linked Tunnels

d) Steves GIMP Tunnels

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If StevesEnum is configured as shown below, what are String Out 1 and String Out 2 following execution of the VI?

Reading Enum Strings Configure 31_03_2015.png

 

Reading Enum Strings 31_03_2015.png

a) String Out 1 = <empty string>, String Out 2 = <empty string>

b) String Out 1 = <empty string>, String Out 2 = SteveLikesLabVIEW

c) String Out 1 = SteveLikesLabVIEW, String Out 2 = <empty string>

d) String Out 1 = SteveLikesLabVIEW, String Out 2 = SteveLikesLabVIEW

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Which of the following are valid Display Formats for String Constants?

NOTE:  Multiple answers may apply.

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Which of the following is a possible result of the data generated by the VI?

NOTE:  Assume all settings left at default.

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What is Timestamp Out following execution of the VI?

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a) 00:00:00.000 DD/MM/YYYY

b) 00:00:00.000 00/00/1904

c) 00:00:00.000 01/01/1901

d) 00:00:00.000 01/01/1904

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If Numeric Value in = -1, what is Boolean Array Out following execution of the VI?

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If Numeric Value In = -1, what is Boolean Array Out following execution of the VI?

Numeric to Boolean Array 19_03_2015.png

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Which of the following are Compiler back end transforms?

NOTE: Multiple answers may apply.

a) Clumper

b) Inplacer

c) Allocator

d) Truncator

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Match each Boolean Mechnical Action (a to f) with the correct description of operation (1 to 6).

a) Switch when pressed

b) Switch when released

c) Switch until released

d) Latch when pressed

e) Latch when released

f) Latch until released

1) Changes the control value only after you release the mouse button within the graphical boundary of the control. When the VI reads it once, the control reverts to its default value.

2) Changes the control value when you click it and retains the new value until the VI reads it once. At this point, the control reverts to its default value even if you keep pressing the mouse button.

3) Changes the control value only after you release the mouse button during a mouse click within the graphical boundary of the control. This behavior is not affected by how often the VI reads the control.

4) Changes the control value each time you click it with the Operating tool, similar to a light switch. This behavior is not affected by how often the VI reads the control.

5) Changes the control value when you click it and retains the value until the VI reads it once or you release the mouse button, depending on which one occurs last.

6) Changes the control value when you click it and retains the new value until you release the mouse button. At this time, the control reverts to its default value, similar to the operation of a door buzzer. This behavior is not affected by how often the VI reads the control.

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Which of the following does the LabVIEW Compiler use to optimize your code?

NOTE:  Multiple answers may apply.

a) SubVI Inlining

b) Unreachable Code Elimination

c) Dead Code Elimination

d) Loop Invariant Code Motion

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Which of the following causes LabVIEW to compile/recompile.

NOTE Multiple answers may apply

a) Editing the VI

b) Saving the VI

c) Running the VI

d) Closing the VI

e) Building an application that requires the VI

f) Deploying the VI to a real-time operating system

g) Loading a VI last saved in a previous version of LabVIEW or on a different platform.

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What is the name of the Feedback Node terminal identified by the arrow?

Feedback Nodes 12_03_2015.png

a) Conditional Initialisation Terminal

b) Enable Terminal

c) Overflow Terminal

d) Steves GIMP Terminal

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The following VI was created, saved and then executed twice.  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following the second execution of the VI?

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a) 8

b) 16

c) 32

d) 64

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The following VI was created, saved and then executed twice (the user presses the Run Arrow twice).  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following the second execution of the VI?

Feedback Nodes 10_03_2015.png

a) 8

b) 16

c) 32

d) 64

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A VI contains the following Diagram Disable Structure.  Is the VI Run Arrow broken?

NOTE:  The Enabled case of the Diagram Disable Structure is empty (contains no wiring).

Broken Arrows inside Disable Structure 09_03_2015.png

a) YES

b) NO

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A VI contains the following Diagram Disable Structure.  Is the VI Run Arrow broken?

NOTE:  The Enabled case of the Diagram Disable Structure is empty (contains no wiring) and the rest of the VI does NOT contain any errors..

Broken Arrows inside Disable Structure 06_03_2015.png

a) YES

b) NO

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What is Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

Nested Loops 05_03_2015.png

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

d) Undefined (the VI does not stop)

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What is Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

Data Flow 04_03_2015.png

a) 94

b) 95

c) 96

d) 97

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When creating a Custom Control, the Control Type options are Control, Type Def., and Strict Type Def..  Which of the following defines the Control Types that could have been used to create the block diagram item shown?

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a) Control or Type Def.

b) Type Def. or Strict Type Def.

c) Control or Strict Type Def.

d) Control, Type Def., or Strict Type Def.