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If you already have a script you wrote in the LabVIEW MathScript syntax or another text-based syntax, such as other .m file language syntaxes, you can import it into LabVIEW. You also can save a script from LabVIEW to a text file.
|Note You can create MATLAB script nodes only in the LabVIEW Full and Professional Development Systems. If a VI contains a MATLAB script node, you can run the VI in all LabVIEW packages. You must have a licensed copy of the MATLAB® software version 6.5 or later installed on your computer to use a MATLAB script node.|
Complete the following steps to save a script to a text file.