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## White Space

What is Boolean Array Out following execution of the VI?

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## Numeric Array Functions

What are Numeric Value Out 1 and Numeric Value Out 2 following execution of the VI?

a) Numeric Value Out 1=1, Numeric Value Out 2=6

b) Numeric Value Out 1=21, Numeric Value Out 2=208

c) Numeric Value Out 1=21, Numeric Value Out 2=720

d) Numeric Value Out 1=720, Numeric Value Out 2=720

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## Implies

What are Boolean Out 1 and Boolean Out 2 following execution of the VI?

a) FALSE, FALSE

b) FALSE, TRUE

c) TRUE, FALSE

d) TRUE, TRUE

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## Byte Array to String

What is Byte Array Out following execution of the VI?

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## To Unsigned Integer Word

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

a) 0x1234

b) 0x5678

c) 0xFFFF

d) 0x12345678

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## Rotate Left with Carry

What are Numeric Value Out 1 and Numeric Value Out 2 following execution of the VI.

a) Numeric Value Out 1 = 0x468ACF12, Numeric Value Out 2 = 0x468ACF02

b) Numeric Value Out 1 = 0x2468ACF0, Numeric Value Out 2 = 0x2468ACF1

c) Numeric Value Out 1 = 0x0ECA8643, Numeric Value Out 2 = 0x0ECA8642

d) Numeric Value Out 1 = 0x2468ACF1, Numeric Value Out 2 = 0x2468ACF0

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## Split Number and Rotate

What is Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

a) 0x41236785

b) 0x23416785

c) 0x23418567

d) 0x41238567

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## LabVIEW Symbols: P

What does the For Loop 'P' Terminal, identified by the arrow, indicate?

a) That the loop is configured for parallel execution

b) That each iteration of the loop will pause for the duration, in milliseconds, passed to the terminal

c) That the loop is configured to run as a While loop

d) That the loop will pause when the iteration count terminal reaches the value passed to the terminal

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## Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL-Space then CTRL-D

If on the following Block Diagram you select the Add node and then perform a CTRL-Space followed by a CTRL-D.   What operation will LabVIEW (2009 onwards) perform?

a) LabVIEW will delete the Add node and maintain the wire between the Subtract and Multiplication nodes

b) LabVIEW will delete all nodes with incomplete input wiring

c) LabVIEW will create a Constant (containing 0) and automatically wire it to the unwired terminal of the Add node

d) LabVIEW will create a Control and automatically wire it to the unwired terminal of the Add node

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## LabVIEW Symbols

What does the following Block Diagram Symbol indicate?

a) The VI is set to run for a specified number of times

b) A Probe has been placed on a For Loop within the VI

c) The VI contains a For Loop which has the optional Condition Stop terminal enabled

d) A conditional probe has been placed on the VI to stop when a specific numeric value is detected

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## The Inplace Element Structure

Which of the following is/are TRUE regarding the Inplace Element Structure (an example of which is shown)?

a) Controls how the LabVIEW compiler performs certain operations

b) Is a place holder for a LabVIEW Structure type

c) Can operate on any data type that you want to maintain within the same data space in memory

d) Can increase memory and execution efficiency

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## Less frequently used Structure types

Name the following Structure types from top to bottom?

a) Diagram Disable, Conditional Disable, Maths Script Node, Formula Node

b) Conditional Disable, Diagram Disable, Maths Script Node, Formula Node

c) Diagram Disable, Conditional Disable, Formula Node, Maths Script Node

d) Conditional Disable, Diagram Disable, Formula Node, Maths Script Node

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## Swap Words and Bytes

What is Words Swapped following execution of the VI?

a) 123ABCDE

b) CEBD3A12

c) 3ACEBD12

d) CE3A12BD

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## 2D Array to String

What is String Out following execution of the VI?

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## String to 2D Array

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

a) {1,3}

b) {1,5}

c) {1,6}

d) {2,3}

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## Format into String #2

What are String Out & Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

a) 10.6, 4

b) SteveL, 6

c) SteveL, 10

d) SteveLikesLabVIEW, 17

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## Format into String #1

What are the contents of String Out following execution of the VI?

a) 1,2,3

b) 3,2,1

c) 1.00,2.00,3.00

d) 3.00,1.00,2.00

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## Looping Additions: Property Nodes and Shift Registers

Given an initial value of 1 for Numeric Value In; what is the value of Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

a) 5

b) 6

c) 7

d) 8

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## Keyboard Shortcuts: CTRL - Left Click

With Automatic Tool Selection enabled or with Connect Wire selected from the Tools Palette, what operation is performed in response to the keyboard shortcut: CTRL-LEFT CLICK on an input terminal of a Add function shown below?

a) The Control and wire connected to the selected terminal are deleted

b) The shortcut selects the Position/Size/Select tool

c) The shortcut switches the two input wires

d) No operation is performed

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## Passing data within an application

Wires, Feedback Nodes, Shift registers and Global Variables are all ways to pass data within an application.

In terms of VI Execution Speed, please order them from 'most' to 'least' efficient.

a) Wires, Feedback Node, Global Variable, Shift Register, .

b) Wires, Shift Register, Feedback Node, Global Variable.

c) Wires, Global Variable, Feedback Node, Shift Register.

d) Wires, Feedback Node, Shift Register, Global Variable.

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## Symbolic Path Constants

Which of the following returns the path to the Default Directory

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## Enum and Ring Data Types - Discussion

I like this question but can't settle on a good set of multiple chioce answers, so thought we would have the first Discussion question.

Consider the following VI.  We have wired Enum and Ring data types to two Case Structures.  The Case Structure receiving enumerated data accepts "Likes LabVIEW" as a Case Selector Label but the Case Structure receiving ring data does not (as shown by the red text).  Why?

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