Understand the Most Missed Concepts within the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer Exam
This webcast will discuss what have been the most missed concepts within the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam. We will discuss not only what was missed, but why, and how to better understand these concepts to insure future and greater success for individual CLAD exam attempts.
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Reader Comments | Submit a commentSince I wasn't sure of the execution sequence of objects internal to the While loop, I recreated the while loop test question so I could single step through the example. I get a value of "1" from an indicator and a probe on the iteration counter which is different from the "correct" answer of "0" for the value of the iteration when the loop stops. "Clear indicators when called" is set in the vi execution properties I agree that he while loop executes once for first iteration 0, but the final value of the counter is 1 when the while loop stops. Can you explain why 0 is the correct answer?
- Kip Scholl. firstname.lastname@example.org - May 19, 2013
This is really a sampling of pratice exam 1, and the reasons why some of the "wrong" answers are not chosen. How does this show what the missed concepts are in the exam? Is it being implied that the questions covered are the most missed ones? The question for time control, doesn't really explain why you wouldn't use the Delay function; basically because it delays, you shouldn't use it long term! How does that show you shouldn't use it? The "correct" answer for the question on type def, is implicitly assuming the VI you are creating will be used elsewhere. The questioin itself doesn't say it, so you could also assume that this is for a single VI, inwhich case a non-typed def cluster works very well. The question should specify it covers more than one VI.
- Gene Bradshaw, Phase Matrix. email@example.com - Dec 4, 2012
coudnt get the correct info for the Elapsed Time express VI
Hi the presentation is excellent and gives good info but i was confused for the functionality of the Elapsed Time Express VI , as you mentioned in this that it allows the processor to complete other tasks but in the LabVIEW core 1 manual in page number 4-28 its mentioned that Elapsed time express VI does not provide the processor with time to complete other tasks. could you please guide me. Thanks, Gautam.
- Gautam Gurwara, Texas Tech University. firstname.lastname@example.org - Jul 23, 2012
essence of clad
was great hearing the presentation from wooderson and felt it was the essence of people taking clad certification !
- visvesh vj, personal. email@example.com - May 12, 2011
good info, however graphics need to be improved
- John Wieczerza, Macomb Community College. firstname.lastname@example.org - May 11, 2011
Good insight, not so good graphics
This was a good presentation except for the poor slide quality which made answering a few of the questions a little difficult.
- Simon Carter, Anasis Ltd. email@example.com - Nov 8, 2010
For a beginner LabVIEWer, this lecture was a perfect key to move further... Thanks alot Best wishes, Adil
- Adil Malik, Tübingen University, Germany. firstname.lastname@example.org - Mar 4, 2010