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  1. So I have a serious question. Does LabVIEW have a way (built in or library) of calculating the next larger or next smaller floating point value. C standard library "math.h" has two functions: nextafter, and nexttowards. I have put together a c function: that seems to do the trick nicely for single floats (well only for stepup): #include <math.h> #include <stdint.h> uint32_t nextUpFloat(uint32_t v){ uint32_t sign; = v&0x80000000; if (v==0x80000000||v==0){ //For zero and neg zero return 1; } if ((v>=0x7F800000 && v<0x80000000)||(v&g
  2. When the cursor in the numeric field of a numeric control is for example after the 10s/100s digit, the increment/decrement buttons have a step of 10/100. How can I prevent that? I always want a step of 1. I tried setting the Data Entry Increment property to 1 but that did not change this behaviour..
  3. This package will be available for download through VIPM in a few days and covers some new VIs. [MOD] 3419758 - Create new Random Number Within Range - I32 VI [NEW] 3422921 - Add Timestamp Constant Kind regards Jonathon Green OpenG Manager I would also like to thank Ed Dickens for reviewing this package for release.
  4. This OpenG Review is closed. Based on Jim's suggestion in my post Select Random Array Indices, I submit this VI: 'Random Int Number - Within range'. The existing OpenG Random Number VI would presumably be renamed and added to a polymorphic VI. I chose I32 data types for compatibility with array indexing functions. The default values of one and zero allow this to be used with 'Not Equal to Zero?' to simulate a coin toss. Discuss. Random Int Number - Within Range__ogtk.vi UPDATE: I was going to provide a link to the existing OpenG 'Random Number' documentation. A Google search found tha
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