A Boolean that determines whether this node accounts for an additional least-significant bit (LSB).
|True||Adds one extra LSB to x + y when sub? is False. Computes x – y normally when sub? is True.|
|False||Subtracts one extra LSB from x – y when sub? is True. Computes x + y normally when sub? is False.|
A Boolean that determines whether this node ignores the value you wire to x.
|True||This node uses a value of 0 instead of the value you wire to x.|
|False||This node uses the value you wire to x.|
Use this Boolean to remove x from the expression this node calculates. For example, use this Boolean to return –y instead of x – y.
An input to this node.
This input supports scalar values of integer and fixed-point data types.
A Boolean that indicates whether the data type of sum cannot represent the result of an unsigned addition operation. This output is available when you wire unsigned numeric values to x and y.
|True||The data type of sum cannot represent the result of an unsigned addition operation.|
|False||The data type of sum cannot represent the result of an unsigned subtraction operation.|
In this situation, this node wraps the value of sum. If you cascade this node, you can use this output to specify whether a downstream node carries or borrows a value. To specify that a downstream node uses this value, wire carry-out/inverted borrow-out to the carry-in/inverted borrow-in input of the downstream node.
A Boolean that indicates if the theoretical computed value of the sum exceeds the valid range of its data type. This output is available when you wire signed numeric values to x and y.
|True||This node wraps the value of sum.|
|False||This node does not wrap the value of sum.|
The result this node computes. The result depends on not only the values of x and y but also the values of any Boolean inputs. This node applies the Wrap overflow mode to sum in the following situations:
Where This Node Can Run:
Desktop OS: none
FPGA: All devices
Web Server: Not supported in VIs that run in a web application