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When you create a build specification, you can configure advanced features for each build specification type to customize the build. To modify the properties of an existing build specification, right-click ...

Use Properties dialog boxes or shortcut menus to configure how constants, controls, indicators, and Numeric functions appear or behave. Use Properties dialog boxes when you want to configure a constant, ...

You can customize the front panel by setting the tabbing order of front panel objects, by using imported graphics, by setting front panel objects to automatically resize when the window size changes, and ...

Use the Expression Node to calculate expressions that contain a single variable. Expression Nodes are useful when an expression has only one variable, but is otherwise complicated.

An Express VI is a VI whose settings you can configure interactively through a dialog box. Express VIs appear on the block diagram as expandable nodes with icons surrounded by a blue field.

You can configure an Express VI such that a help file launches when you click the Help button in the configuration dialog box. You also can configure an Express VI to display the current configuration ...

Use the control refnum controls located on the Refnum and Classic Refnum palettes to pass front panel object references to other VIs. You also can right-click a front panel object and select Create»Reference ...

Converting LabVIEW data to XML formats the data so that when you save the data to a file, you easily can identify the value(s), name(s), and type of the data from the tags that describe the data. For example, ...

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.

TDM data model arranges the data in three hierarchical levels: file, channel groups, and channels. The following figure illustrates the TDM data model.

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