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One to finish the theme.....

Assuming initial values for Action Button and Stop Button of FALSE.  The following VI is executed, the user performs a left mouse click and release on the Action Button.  Which of the following most closely describes the result?

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a) The value of the Stop Button is set to TRUE and the VI stops

b) The value of the Stop Button is set to TRUE and the VI does not stop

c) An error is generated and the VI does not stop

d) An error is generated and the VI stops

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Think I will begin calling this 'The Daily (too complex for the) CLAD' .  As a little aside, can you please begin to rate my posts, so that I can get an idea of the popularity of each type of question.  Cheers. Steve

Assuming the initial value of the OK Button is FALSE and is configured as shown:

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What is the value in the BoolText.Text Indicator, if the VI is run and the user performs a left click and release on the OK Button?

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a) TRUE

b) FALSE

c) ON

d) OFF

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Once again, a bit complex for the CLAD.

What behaviour does the following VI exhibit?

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a) It makes all Controls and Indicators on the VI invisible

b) It makes all Controls and Indicators on the VI visible

c) It makes Numeric Control 1, Numeric Control 2, Boolean Control 1 and Boolean Control 2 visible or invisible; depending on the state of Boolean Control 3

d) It makes Boolean Control 3 Visible.

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Probably a bit complicated for the CLAD, but interesting .

 

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

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a) The value of index 0 of the Numeric Value In array

b) The value of the selected index of the Numeric Value In array

c) 0

d) The default value for Numeric I32 Integers

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Both Event Structures, shown below, have only one defined event (the one shown).  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following exection of the VI?

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a) 0

b) 1

c) 2

d) Undefined (The VI never completes)

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The Event Strucutre in the question contains; a Timeout Event and a "stop" : Value Change event only.  What is the value of Numeric Value Out following execution of the VI?

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a) 3

b) 4

c) 5

d) Undefined (the VI does not complete)

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Which of the following options most closely describes VI Server?

a) VI Server is a set of functions that allows you to dynamically control front panel objects, VIs, and the LabVIEW environment.

b) VI Server is the version of the LabVIEW designed for remote deployment.

c) VI Server helps you programmatically generate, edit, and inspect LabVIEW code.

d) VI Server is a suite of tools for Microsoft Visual Studio designed to help engineers create test and measurement applications in .NET.

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What behaviour will LabVIEW exhibit if the user selects the Step OverStep Outof Button.bmpbutton on the following Block Diagram?

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a) Nothing

b) The VI will execute
c) The VI will execute and pause at the Addition node
d) The VI will execute and pause at either the Numeric Value In 1 or Numeric Value In 2 Control

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What behaviour will LabVIEW exhibit if the user selects the Step Into Step Into Button.bmp button on the following Block Diagram?

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a) The VI will execute and complete
b) The VI will execute and pause prior to any Nodes or Terminals
c) The VI will execute and pause at the Addition node
d) The VI will execute and pause at either Numeric Value In 1 or Numeric Value In 2

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What behaviour will LabVIEW exhibit if the user selects the Run button on the following Block Diagram?

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a) The VI will execute and complete
b) The VI will execute and pause prior to any Nodes or Terminals
c) The VI will execute and pause at the Addition node
d) The VI will execute and pause at either Numeric Value In 1 or Numeric Value In 2

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What functionality does the indicated Block Diagram task bar button provide?

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a) Cleans Up the Front Panel

b) Cleans Up the Block Diagram

c) Cleans Up both the Front Panel and Block Diagram
d) Sends the current VI to the Recycle Bin

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What is the value in Loop Count Out control following execution of the VI?

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a) 3

b) 4

c) 5

d) 6

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

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a) 13

b) 15

c) 30

d) 40

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What functionality does the indicated Block Diagram task bar button provide?

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a) Enables/Disables Probe placement
b) Enables/Disables Highlight execution
c) Enables/Disables Retain Wire Values
d) Enables/Disables VI Execution Trace Toolkit

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The following VI is executed.  Assuming the default values for Boolean Value 1-5 are FALSE, if the user performs a left mouse press and release on the Boolean Value In 3 control, what is the value in Boolean Value Out?

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a) TRUE

b) FALSE

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The following VI has been created as a template for parallel executing loops.  The Global Variable ‘Stop’ is a system wide variable used to stop many VIs (not just the one shown).  Which of the following statements are TRUE regarding the VI?

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a) It contains a race condition
b) It unecessarily uses a global variable to move data between two parallel executing loops.
c) A wire should be used to transfer data between parallel executing loops.
d) The ‘Stop’ variable should be a Local rather than a Global.

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The Event Structure in the following VI has only been configured with a Timeout event.  The VI is run and then the user selects the ‘stop’ button. 

Which of the following statement(s) is TRUE for the execution?

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a) The VI stops immediately
b) The VI stops following the timeout period
c) The VI does not stop
d) The VI only stops if the status of the ‘stop’ button is TRUE when the execution looks at the Conditional Terminal of the While loop

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Which of the following most closely matches the functionality of the following VI?

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a) The VI will wait 100ms from the last detected event before incrementing the value in the shift register (by 1) and continue to increment the value every 100ms as long as no other events occur.
b) The VI will increment the value in the shift register by one every 100ms irrespective of the events happening.
c) Execution will pause at the Event Structure boundary until the event structure has detected 100 events.
d) The VI will increment the value in the shift register by one every 100ms until a timeout is detected.