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Write Named Waveform (G Dataflow)

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    Last Modified: September 27, 2017

    Transfers waveform data from PC memory to onboard memory.

    If you specify a waveform name not already being used on the instrument, the appropriate amount of onboard memory is allocated (if available) and the data is stored in that new location.

    For binary data, choose the appropriate instance of this node or function based on your data width. For data other than binary data, choose the appropriate instance of this node or function based on your cycle-cycle-tristate or hardware compare needs.

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    Writes the waveform to onboard memory from a one-dimensional array of unsigned 8-bit data.
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    Writes the waveform to onboard memory from a one-dimensional array of unsigned 16-bit data.
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    Writes the waveform to onboard memory from a one-dimensional array of unsigned 32-bit data.
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    Writes a specified amount of data from a Direct DMA-compatible device to the waveform in onboard memory.
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    Writes the waveform to onboard memory as waveform data type data.
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    Writes the waveform to onboard memory from a .hws (Hierarchical Waveform Storage) file.

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