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Use the properties in the GObject class to read and write the elements of a GObject.

Position of the object in terms of the left and top coordinates. The left and top coordinates are relative to the parent object, such as the owning pane of a control. An error occurs if you use the Property ...

Width and height in pixels of the object. An error occurs if you use the Property Node to read the property of a control inside a flexible layout container of a WebVI. Not supported Supported in VIs that ...

Coordinates of all sides of the control including label, caption, and other visible parts connected to the control. The coordinates are relative to the parent object, such as the owning pane of a control. ...

Boolean value that determines whether to display the object. Not supported Supported in VIs that run in a web application

Use the properties in the Control class to read and write the elements of a control.

Boolean value that determines whether the control is enabled or disabled. Not supported Supported in VIs that run in a web application

Boolean value that determines whether the control has key focus and receives the keys pressed on the keyboard. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

Information tip of the control. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

Data value of this control. The data type of this property depends on the data type of the control. Not supported Supported in VIs that run in a web application

Sets the data value of the control and generates an event. This property is similar to the Value property and also generates an event as if the user had interactively changed the value of the object. Use ...

Reference to the label of the control. Not supported Supported in VIs that run in a web application

Use the ODBC Data Source Administrator dialog box to register and configure drivers to make them available as data sources. In the Windows Control Panel, select Administrative Tools ODBC Data Sources to ...

Connect a True constant to the prompt? input of the Open Connection node. The prompt? input displays the Data Link Properties dialog box when you run your code. Configure your data connection by selecting ...

Calls a VI sourced in the version of LabVIEW you specify and returns the output of the VI. To call the desired VI, specify the path to the VI on the Item tab. After you specify the path to the VI you want ...

Placeholders represent nodes on the diagram that existed in the original version of LabVIEW but do not exist in the converted LabVIEW NXG code. Fix placeholders in your converted code to replicate the ...

For the fixed-point data type, you define the position of the binary point in relation to the bits stored for a fixed-point number by specifying the number of integer places, called the integer length, ...

G Types are custom data types that you define using the G language and can reuse throughout your project. G Types serve a similar purpose to type definitions, or the typedef keyword, in other programming ...

Fixed-point is a rational numeric data type whose range and precision you define by configuring the number of stored bits and the value assigned to those bits. Fixed-point numbers are important for implementing ...

In the fixed-point data type, coercion is the forcing of a set of bits to meet the restrictions of a particular fixed-point data type configuration. Configuring the coercion behaviors of fixed-point operators ...

A red coercion dot appears on the node input where the coercion takes place. In the following diagram, a red coercion dot appears on the Add node because the node expects two inputs of matching numeric ...

Overflow in the fixed-point data type occurs when an input or computed result of an operation is greater than the maximum representable value or less than the minimum representable value of a given fixed-point ...

Rounding in the fixed-point data type occurs when the precision of the input value or the result of an operation is greater than the precision of the output type of an operator. When rounding occurs, the ...

Strings represent text. A string is a sequence of zero or more letters, numbers, and special characters. On the diagram, strings are represented by pink objects and wires. The string data type cannot represent ...

Open the G Type document that defines the control you want to modify. You can right-click an instance of the G Type control or constant you want to modify and select Open G Type to open the associated ...

Use Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to reliably transfer data between a client and a server. To transmit data using TCP, you must develop the code to send and receive data on both the client and the ...

Use the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) to transfer data to a single client, known as unicast communication, or between a number of processes or processors that have opted into a group or receivers, known ...

When looking for a problem in your code, you may have an idea of the general area where the problem exists. To help focus on this area, you can use a breakpoint to pause the VI at a specified point in ...

When the results of your application are not what you expect, you can use a set of tools to determine where errors occur within your code. Although errors are often detected automatically, sometimes your ...

Execution highlighting reduces the speed of execution and displays data bubbles that move along the wires, revealing the data that each node receives when it executes. When you begin debugging a program, ...

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