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If you are using a Conditional Disable structure in a LabVIEW project, you can define custom conditional disable symbols in LabVIEW. Conditional disable symbols consist of a symbol name and a symbol value. Comparing the symbol name and the symbol value creates a condition that must be TRUE for LabVIEW to compile and execute the subdiagram.
Complete the following steps to customize conditions by creating conditional disable symbols.
|Note Values are case-sensitive strings, which means that LabVIEW handles numerical values you enter as strings rather than numbers. For example, if you define the value of a custom symbol as 0.0 and then configure the condition to 0 in the Configure Condition dialog box, that condition evaluates to false.|
You also can create conditional disable symbols on a target level in the appropriate Target Properties dialog box. For example, if you are using an FPGA target, you can create the conditional disable symbol in the FPGA Target Properties dialog box.
If the same symbol is defined on both a project level and a target level in the same project, the Conditional Disable structure recognizes only the symbol defined for the target.