4. Graphical Programming

  • Data Flow Programming Basics
    In LabVIEW graphical programming, the order in which code executes is determined by the way that data gets transferred across wires on the block diagram. That’s called data flow programming.

Overview

In a graphical programming language such as NI LabVIEW, the mouse is the main way to interact with the programming environment. That said, the mouse pointer must be able to accomplish many different tasks, such as selecting, wiring, highlighting text, and so on. This module examines the many functions that the mouse can accomplish in LabVIEW.

Detailed Explanation

Cumulative Exam: LabVIEW Basics

Test your understanding of LabVIEW concepts by attempting the LabVIEW Basics Test. This test is recommended after completing the modules found in the Learn LabVIEW section. The test includes 20 multiple choice questions.

Begin the exam

Cumulative Exercise: LabVIEW Basics

Assess your understanding of programming within the LabVIEW environment by completing the LabVIEW Basics Exercise. This exercise is recommended after completing the modules found in the Learn LabVIEW section. The exercise involves building a calculator in LabVIEW.

Start the exercise

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