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  1. Hi, I would like to ask which method should I use for transferring latest data between determinism process. I don't want to use single process shared variable with RT FIFO enable since it will polling data. I don't want to use the RT FIFO function because I cannot send the latest value. Queue is not determinism. I am not sure if Notify is determinism or not. Anyone with experience about this? Regards, Thang Nguyen
  2. When using a fixed-size array inside a cluster, I am unable to use the cluster with functions that demand a fixed-size data type. This even though the cluster is actually a fixed size. The alternative is to add an individual element for each entry in the array, but that quickly gets unwieldy and results in messy, overcomplicated code. I've run into this issue several times and haven't found an elegant alternative to manually wiring up every single entry. Hoping y'all have some good ideas in lieu of NI fixing the issue. Thanks
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