LabVIEW NXG Sequential Programming

Build a readable, modular and scalable sequencer VI. The badge earner can develop modular sequential VIs for single use, one-off applications. The badges earner can use the Open-read-write-close model for accessing resources in LabVIEW NXG. This badge is earned by passing the related assessment.
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OVERVIEW

Goal Build a readable, modular and scalable sequencer VI.
Task-based Objectives
  • Given a problem statement, build a state transition diagram and convert to code
  • Control the order or execution and the timing of a simple state machine
  • Add cases to an existing state machine to add new functionality
  • Log data to a file
  • Initialize from INI file
  • Use reference wires, open/read/write/close model
  • Enforce sequencing without use of error wires

NI ONLINE TRAINING RESOURCES

Course LabVIEW NXG Core 1                                                                     Learn about all available training formats for LabVIEW NXG Core 1
 

Complete these modules to learn the required skills for this badge:  

 

  • Working with Sets of Data (Array, Waveform)
  • Writing and Reading Data to File
  • Reusing Code (SubVIs)
  • Grouping Data of Mixed Types (Clusters)
  • Propagate Data Type Changes Using G Types
  • Implementing a Sequencer (State Machines)
  • Advanced File IO

ADDITIONAL ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES

  LabVIEW 101
  Interactive LabVIEW Modules

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Tarek Omari
11-06-2018 06:05 AM

many common Qs. with L.V. SQ