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If a VI does not run, it is a broken, or nonexecutable, VI. The Run button appears broken, shown as follows, when the VI you are creating or editing contains errors.

LabVIEW makes it easy to take advantage of multiple CPU systems, also known as multi-core, multiprocessor, or SMP systems, using parallelism or pipelining. In certain cases, you might be able to achieve ...

You can create a subVI from an Express VI configuration. For example, you might want to save the configuration of the Write To Measurement File Express VI for use as a subVI in other VIs you build rather ...

The Facade ability defines the appearance of an XControl. The Facade ability is represented by the Facade VI. Because the XControl requires the Facade ability, LabVIEW automatically adds the Facade VI ...

Use the Write to Binary File function to create a binary file. You can wire any data type to the data input of the Write to Binary File function. Use the Read from Binary File function to specify the data ...

In the Project Explorer window, expand My Computer, right-click Build Specifications, select New»your application type from the shortcut menu. Use the following dialog boxes to configure settings for the ...

You create user-defined data types in LabVIEW by creating LabVIEW classes. LabVIEW classes define data associated with an object, as well as the methods that define the actions you can perform on the data. ...

You can create and read datalog files by enabling front panel data logging or by using the Datalog functions to acquire data and write the data to a file.

The primary way to create icons is to use the Icon Editor dialog box. You also can drag and drop a graphic from the file system or use the VI Icon methods in the VI class to create icons.

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