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

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

Reference to the label of the control. 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 ...

Position of the control in terms of the left and top coordinates. The left and top coordinates are relative to the parent object, such as the owning pane. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in ...

Width and height in pixels of the control. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

Coordinates of all sides of the control including label, caption, and other visible parts connected to the control. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

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 ...

After a loop completes a single iteration, sometimes you want to use the value of one of its calculations in the next loop iteration. You can use a shift register to pass data from the most recent iteration ...

By default, each loop iteration executes as quickly as possible based on the code inside the loop. However, you might want to control the rate at which a loop executes in order to specify a fixed time ...

Because resources are limited on an FPGA, convert floating-point data types in your application to fixed-point to conserve resources when you implement the application on an FPGA. Before you convert the ...

Integrate IP into your FPGA application by importing IP descriptions from an IP-XACT XML file into an EIP document, declaring IP files in a project for use as component-level IP (CLIP) or the External ...

To complete this task, you'll need a host VI and a compiled bitfile for the FPGA VI. Use the FPGA Host Interface nodes to download, run, and communicate with code on the FPGA. What to Use Open FPGA VI ...

You can store and transfer data on an FPGA using FIFOs, memory items, FPGA registers, or handshake items. Use the following table to determine the best type of data storage and transfer for your application. ...

The resources on a host and an FPGA make each target better suited to different types of programming tasks. The programming objects available in a host VI and an FPGA VI vary to match to the purpose of ...

A host VI is a VI that you target to a processor, often a PC or a controller, within your hardware device. VIs that run on a host typically have access to larger amounts of memory. Thus, a host VI doesn't ...

Integrate external FPGA IP into your FPGA application by creating a component-level IP instance and transferring data between the component-level IP and your FPGA VI. Before you can add component-level ...

Compiling code for the FPGA can take minutes to hours. To save time, you can test the logic of Clock-Driven Logic (CDL) documents using simulation in a host VI before compiling. Testing individual CDL ...

Before completing this task, verify that FIFOs are the best data storage and transfer option for your application. Use FIFOs to transfer data between an FPGA target and a host processor without data loss. ...

By default, each loop iteration executes as quickly as possible based on the code inside the loop. However, consider a program that includes multiple loops that contain code requiring different amounts ...

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 ...

If you have at least one array input or output, and you have connected the array(s) on the connector pane, you can use element-by-element mode to interface with an Optimized FPGA VI. In element-by-element ...

Reads and removes the oldest element from the FPGA FIFO. All devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Transferring Data between Clock Domains Using FIFOs reference in A reference to the ...

Array of indexes in the control to disable. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application

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