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07.06.2015

  • 1. What is dataflow?

ANSWERS

Node executes when data is available to ALL input terminals.

  • 2. What is polymorphism? The ability of VIs and functions to automatically adapt to accept input data of different data types

  • 3. Does LabVIEW follow BODMAS Rule? If not then what rule does LabVIEW follow? No. It follows Data Flow Paradigm.

  • 4. What is meant by Nodes and Tunnels in LabVIEW? The functions in LabVIEW are also called as Nodes. When we are using Structures and loop in LabVIEW while connecting inputs and outputs to the structures and loops, the tunnels will be created

  • 5. What is meant by parallelism or parallel looping? If two or more loops runs independently it is parallelism or parallel looping

  • 6. Create a VI in which place a control and indicator of different data types and representations (if it is numeric). Whatever value you enter in control should pass to the indicator. The control and indicator should have its own label, caption, description, tipstrip, Default value, representation (if it is numeric). Once you created above, answer the below question: Which of the following always remain unique to each instance?

    • a) Label

    • b) Default value

    • c) Data type

    • d) Representation (numerics)

    • e) Description

ANS : A, B, E

  • 7. Which of the following are not a nodes?

    • a) Terminals

    • b) Structures (while loop, for loop)

    • c) subVIs

    • d) Wires

    • e) Functions

Ans : A , D

  • 8. Which of the following doesn’t confirm to data flow paradigm?

    • a) Shift Registers

    • b) Tunnels

    • c) SubVI

    • d) Local Variables

Ans : D

  • 9. True or False : Result 1 will be displayed after result 2.

ANS : A, B, E 7. Which of the following are not a nodes? a) Terminals

Ans: False

10.Which function executes first: Add or Subtract?

  • a) Add

  • b) Subtract

  • c) Unpredictable

Ans : A 11. Which of the following are reasons for using a multiple loop design

Ans : A

  • 11. Which of the following are reasons for using a multiple loop design

pattern?

  • a) Execute multiple tasks concurrently

  • b) Execute different states in a state machine

  • c) Execute tasks at different rates

  • d) Execute start up code, main loop, and shutdown code

Ans : A, C