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Overview of LabVIEW for Everyone

Authored on: Nov 14, 2005 by Jeffrey Travis

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In this chapter, you will investigate the LabVIEW environment and learn how its three parts—the front panel, block diagram, and icon/connector—work together. When all three main components are properly developed, you have a VI that can stand alone or be used as a subVl in another program. You will also learn about the LabVIEW environment: pull-down and pop-up menus, floating palettes and subpalettes, the Toolbar, and how to get help. To finish up, we will discuss the power of subVls and why you should use them.

Reproduced from the book LabVIEW for Everyone, 2nd Edition. Copyright © 2002 Pearson Education, Prentice Hall PTR. All rights reserved. Reproduced by permission of Prentice Hall PTR. Written permission from Prentice Hall PTR is required for all other uses.

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