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In Range and Coerce (Clock-Driven Logic)

Last Modified: January 12, 2018

Determines whether the input value falls within a range specified by the upper and lower limits and optionally coerces the value to fall within the range.

To allow the node to perform coercion, select Elements in the Behavior section of the Item tab.

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upper limit

The upper limit of the range.

By default, this node excludes the value of upper limit in the range. You can configure the node to include the value of upper limit in the range by selecting the Include upper limit option in the Behavior section of the Item tab. This option affects only the value of in range?. This node always coerces x to the exact values of upper limit and lower limit, regardless of whether you select this option.

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x

The value to test in the range and optionally coerce if it does not fall between the upper and lower limits. This input changes to waveform when the data type is a waveform.

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lower limit

The lower limit of the range.

By default, this node includes the value of lower limit in the range. You can configure the node to exclude the value of lower limit in the range by deselecting the Include lower limit option in the Behavior section of the Item tab. This option affects only the value of in range?. This node always coerces x to the exact values of upper limit and lower limit, regardless of whether you select this option.

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in range?

A Boolean value that indicates whether the input value is in range.

True x is in range.
False x is out of range. This node also returns False if x, upper limit, or lower limit is NaN.

In Compare Elements mode, the data type structure of in range? matches the data type structure of x, with each scalar replaced by a Boolean value.

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coerced

The coerced or unchanged input value.

Where This Node Can Run:

Desktop OS: none

FPGA: All devices

Web Server: Not supported in VIs that run in a web application


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