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  1. I have my CLED practical exam next Tuesday and I'm not sure if I should try to use one of the cRIO example projects that ship with LabVIEW. I have been looking over the sample projects and I can see an awful amount of local and global variables. I want to use an example to save time because I think the exam will be similar to the sample projects but I'm worried I would get penalized for using to many local/global variables. Has anybody had a look at the shipping examples for cRIO like the LabVIEW FPGA Waveform Acquisition and Logging on CompactRIO? What are your thoughts on them?
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