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FeedbackNode Properties

LabVIEW 2013 Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 371361K-01

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Requires: VI Scripting

Inherits from Node. View the class hierarchy.

PropertyDescription
DelayGets or sets the value of the Feedback Node delay. If the delay is less than 1, LabVIEW returns an error. Details
DirectionGets and sets the direction the Feedback Node faces. Details
Enable Terminal ShownGets or sets whether the enable terminal of the Feedback Node is shown. Details
Header AppearanceGets or sets the cosmetic appearance of the Feedback Node. Details
Ignore FPGA Reset MethodGets or sets whether this Feedback Node initializes if the FPGA VI resets. If TRUE, this node does not initialize if the FPGA VI resets. This node initializes the next time you download the FPGA VI to the FPGA target. This property applies only when the Feedback Node is deployed on an FPGA target. This property can have a value of TRUE only when the initialization style of the Feedback Node is to initialize on compile or load. Details
Initialization Mux LocationControls where the initialization multiplexer is relative to the core feedback register when the containing VI is targeted to FPGA. The multiplexer can only be before the register if a constant is wired in to the initialization terminal. This option only applies if the feedback node is globally initialized. Details
Initialization TypePlaces the initializer terminal on the innermost loop. When you first call this method, or when LabVIEW compiles or loads the VI that contains the loop, LabVIEW places the terminal on the node and sets the initialization mode appropriately. Details
Initializer's LoopThe loop to which the initializer is currently attached, or NotARefNum if it is not on a loop and will be globally initialized. Details
Initializer Is On LoopReturns TRUE if the initializer terminal of the Feedback Node is on a loop and not globally initialized on the first call of the VI in an execution or when the VI it belongs to compiles or loads. Details
Initializer TerminalReturns a reference to the initializer terminal of the Feedback Node. Details
Input TerminalReturns a reference to the input terminal of the Feedback Node. The input terminal of a Feedback Node provides the output value for the node the next time the VI runs. Details
Output TerminalReturns a reference to the output terminal of the Feedback Node. Details

 

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