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## LabVIEW Functional Nodes #3

What functionality does the following Block Diagram Function provide?

a) Waits until the value of the millisecond timer becomes a multiple of the specified millisecond multiple and returns the value of the millisecond timer
b) Waits the specified number of milliseconds and returns the value of the millisecond timer.
c) Waits for one Timer Tick.
d) Waits until the value of the millisecond timer becomes a multiple of the specified millisecond multiple and returns the specified millisecond multiple.

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## LabVIEW Functional Nodes #2

Which of the following point(s) apply to Sequence Structures?

a) Sequence structures support parallel operations
b) It is not possible to terminate the execution of a sequence structure before the sequence is completed
c) Sequence structures execute frames in a sequential order
d) Sequence structures stop when an error is detected

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## LabVIEW Functional Nodes #1

What functionality does the following Block Diagram Function provide?

a) Returns a path whose value is <Not A Path>.
b) Returns the name of the current VI.
c) Returns the path to the file of the current VI.
d) Returns the size, in bytes, of the current VI

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## Case Structure - State Machines

The following shows a State Machine VI followed by ALL of the Case Structure frames within the state machine.  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?:

All of the hidden frames of the Case Structure from the question are shown below:

a) 10

b) 12

c) 14

d) 16

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## Case Structures - State Machines

The following shows a State Machine VI followed by ALL of the Case Structure frames within the state machine.  What is the sequence of states transitioned by the state machine during execution:

All of the hidden case structure frames are shown below:

a) State 1, State 2, State 3, State 4, State 5
b) State 1, State 2, State 4, State 5, State 3
c) State 1, State 2, State 4, State 5
d) State 1, State 2, State 3, State 4

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## Case Structure Numeric Ranges

The value of Numeric Value In is 15.  What is Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

All of the cases for the Case Structure in the question, excluding the Default case (shown in the question) are shown below.

a) 14

b) 15

c) 99

d) 225

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## Stacked Sequence Structure

In the following VI, Numeric Value In is wired to an item on the boundary of a Stacked Sequence Structure.  What functionality does the item provide?

a) Allows data to be passed from one frame to any other frame in a Stacked Sequence structure.
b) Allows data to be passed from one frame to the next frame in a Stacked Sequence structure.
c) Allows data to be passed from one frame to any subsequent frame in a Stacked Sequence structure.
d) Allows data to be passed out of a Stacked Sequence structure.

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As at least a couple of 'The Daily CLAD' regulars have now sat the NI Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer exam,  I thought I would create this post so that people can comment on their experiences.

Some things which I would like to know are listed below, but please feel free to comment with anything you feel is relevant:

1. Comment on their experiences
2. Views on the exam
3. Exam format (40 questions in 1 hour, PC or Paper based etc.)
4. Future topics to cover in 'The Daily CLAD'

CLAD Preparation Guide using LabVIEW 2017

LabVIEW and DAQ evaluation resource from mon3am

Training Links from Hooovahh via the Unofficial Forum Rules and Guidelines document

Hardware Basics

LabVEW Basics

DAQ Application Tutorials

3 Hour LabVIEW Introduction

CLD Preparation Resources

Study Guide and Sample Exams

Following the update to the CLAD Exam in July 2017 the links below are no longer available.

An excellent collation of the CLAD Preparation material available from NI.

Check out the Sample CLAD exams on ni.com; the Answer Sheet, at the end, includes links to information relating to each question, which is really cool (no link to 'The Daily CLAD' though....not so cool).

Lots of resources here from Jarda

More resources here from HuiRu

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## Event Structures - Value Change - NewVal

The following VI is run.  Some time later the user performs a left mouse button click and release on the 'stop' control.  Assuming a 'switch until released' mechanical action on the 'stop' control and an initial value of FALSE, what is the value of Numeric Value Out following the left click and release?

a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

d) 3

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## Event Structures Boolean Controls #2

The following VI is run.  Some time later the user performs a left mouse button click and release on the 'stop' control.  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following the left click and release on the 'stop' control?

a) -1

b) 0

c) 1

d) Undetermined (the VI does not stop)

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## Event Structures - Boolean Controls

The following VI is run.  Some time later the user performs a left mouse button click and release on the 'stop' control.  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following the left click and release on the 'stop' control?

a) -1

b) 0

c) 1

d) Undetermined (the VI does not stop)

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## Boolean Array to Number

What is the value of Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

a) 3
b) 11
c) 19
d) 51

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## Boolean Dataflow

What is Boolean Out after the values of A=FALSE, B=TRUE and C=TRUE pass through the OR, AND, Not AND and Not OR nodes from the Boolean Palette.

a) TRUE

b) FALSE

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## Using String Subset

What are the values of 'String Out' and 'String Length Out' following execution of the VI?

a) VE LIKES, 8

b) E LIKES, 7

c) LIKES LA, 8

d) E LIKES LABVIEW, 15

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## Auto-indexing Graph Data Creation

Which of the following Waveform Graphs is displaying the data generated by the VI?

a)

b)

c)

d)

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## Boolean Array Indexing

What are the contents of Boolean Array Out following execution of the VI?

a) A 1D array containing {FALSE}

b) A 1D array containing {FALSE, FLASE, TRUE, FALSE}

c) A 1D array containing {FALSE, FALSE, TRUE, FALSE, FALSE}

d) A 1D array containing {FALSE, TRUE, FALSE, FALSE}

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