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  1. A colleague of mine was tasked to create a program which takes as input 1000 data points each second along with two "masks", one for max and one for min, and the program will analyze and report TRUE if there is any section of the 1000 data points that fall perfectly in between the two masks. He wanted to do this in C++ but I told him this type of data analysis stuff sounds like LabVIEW's bread & butter. I browsed some of the Waveform VI's, especially the "Window" pallet but those don't seem to be what I want. I have an algorithm in mind to do this manually in LabVIEW, but id like some
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