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LabVIEW 2018 Help


Edition Date: March 2018
Part Number: 371361R-01
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Use the Stream channel to communicate homogenous data from a single writer to a single reader. The data elements are buffered and transferred with no data loss in a first-in-first-out (FIFO) order.

EndpointDescription
ReadReads an element from a Stream channel. The endpoint waits if the channel is empty.
Read MultipleReads multiple elements as a block from a Stream channel. You can configure how and when the channel waits for multiple elements.
Read ScheduledReads an element from a Stream channel at a scheduled time. The endpoint waits if no element is available in the channel at the scheduled time.
Read With AbortReads an element from a Stream channel or signals the channel to abort. This endpoint is the same as the Read endpoint except that it has an abort input and an aborted? output. You can use the abort capability of the Stream channel to close a channel abruptly, ignoring any data left in the channel buffer. You must use this endpoint together with the Write With Abort endpoint.
ReplicateSplits a Stream channel into two Stream channels so that each of the readers of the channels receives a separate copy of the data written into the original channel.
WriteWrites an element to a Stream channel. The endpoint waits if the channel is full.
Write MultipleWrites an array of elements to a Stream channel, one element at a time. The endpoint waits if the channel is full.
Write ScheduledWrites an element to a Stream channel at a scheduled time. The endpoint waits until the scheduled time and continues waiting if the channel is full at the scheduled time.
Write With AbortWrites an element to a Stream channel or signals the channel to abort. The endpoint waits if the channel is full. This endpoint is the same as the Write endpoint except that it has an abort input and an aborted? output. You can use the abort capability of the Stream channel to close a channel abruptly, ignoring any data left in the channel buffer. You must use this endpoint together with the Read With Abort endpoint.

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