Adding and Duplicating Subdiagrams

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Edition Date: November 2015

Part Number: 372614J-01

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Right-click a Case, Stacked Sequence, Flat Sequence, Conditional Disable, or Diagram Disable structure border and select Add Case (or Frame or Subdiagram) After or Before from the shortcut menu to add a subdiagram. You also can press the <Shift-Enter> keys in the selector label to add a subdiagram to a structure.

Complete the following steps to make a copy of the visible subdiagram in a Case, Stacked Sequence, Conditional Disable, or Diagram Disable structure and insert it after the original subdiagram.

  1. Move to the subdiagram you want to duplicate.
  2. Right-click the structure border and select Duplicate Case (or Frame or Subdiagram) from the shortcut menu. The duplicate subdiagram contains all objects from the original subdiagram except block diagram terminals that correspond to front panel objects.
Note Note  You also can press the <Ctrl-Shift-Enter> keys in the case selector label to duplicate the visible subdiagram of a Case structure.
  1. If you are configuring a Conditional Disable structure, right-click the structure border and select Duplicate Subdiagram from the shortcut menu to display the Configure Condition dialog box. Select a Symbol and enter a Value in the Configure Condition dialog box.
Note Note  If you do not use the Conditional Disable structure in a LabVIEW project, RUN_TIME_ENGINE, TARGET_BITNESS, and TARGET_TYPE are the only symbols available. If you use the Conditional Disable structure in a LabVIEW project, you also can create and define symbols using the Conditional Disable Symbols page.

When you add, delete, or rearrange frames in a Stacked Sequence structure, LabVIEW automatically adjusts the numbers in the frame labels.

When you add or delete frames in a Flat Sequence structure, the structure resizes automatically. You can rearrange the subdiagrams in a Case or Diagram Disable structure and the order of the cases or subdiagrams does not affect how the VI runs.

When you rearrange the subdiagrams in a Conditional Disable structure, multiple subdiagrams can be TRUE, but LabVIEW compiles and executes only the first subdiagram that is TRUE.

You also can add or duplicate cases for event structures.

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