To find the wiring terminal or the control on the opposite panel simply right click on what you are looking for

Loops

 

To find the wiring terminal or the control on the opposite panel simply right click on what you are looking for.

Colors tell you what type of data you have green is Boolean, Orange is decimal numbers, Blue is integers

The thickness of the lines around boxes tells whether it is an indicator or a control.

Thin lines are indicators and thick lines are controls.

Wire thickness tells you the dimensions of the data

Thin wires are scalar data

Medium wires are vector data

Thick wires are 2 or 3D array data

Pink wires have cluster data which means any kind of data can pass through these wires

Graphicons that are white = SubVIs are isolated modules that have their own programming underneath

Anything with a yellow color is the lowest level of functions

 

Case Structures, For Loops and While Loops

 

Select Case strux

 

Add a Boolean and an indicator to the tool panel

 

To change the GUI Tools/Options

Pull the Block Diagram menu

Turn off front panel

 

Go to windows/Show Tools

Select the wiring icon

Add a numeric constant

 

Now put in a numeric constant for the true case but run your wire through the blue box

 

For loops

 

Get a For Loop

 

 

the top N is fo the number of loops

 

the bottom I is for your indicator

right click on both

 

add a wait for 100 milliseconds

remember to click on the left side of the icon to hook the wait up to the time

 

Enter the value you put in N

in the tool panel