I'm taking the CLA exam in a few weeks and would like some feedback on the solution I put together (attached). A few specific questions:
Can I dump tags in the VI Documentation of the VI like I did in Error Handler - Console Error.vi and get credit since there are instructions for developers to complete this work? This would be my strategy if I run out of time.
Does this seem like a passing solution? Why/why not?
Where do you think I would lose the most points in this solution?
Any other feedback on this exam or general strategy tips are greatly appreciated!
I'm taking the CLD this week and I have some questions:
1) Can I create a project and add in it the VI given by NI.
2) I will use a STATE MACHINE and I'm thinking to add a state for the "WAIT EVENT" within an EVENT STRUCTURE to responds the user interaction with the UI (if the user click any buttons, this event structure will decide which state execute).
=> It is a good idea or no?
3) At the end, if I will be able to test the Project with the VI analyzer, What I should consider the most in the VI Analyzer results.
4) For the file I/O ( INI file or CSV file)Can I Use an"Application Directory"+"File Name"+"Build Path" to access the file path?
5)If the application is well documented and I can run it at the end, I can pass it or there is another tip I should consider?
By Shiva Prasad
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I will take the CLD exam in two days and I would be grateful if anyone could help me in these two questions:
1/ Do I have the ability to change a Cluster from the given UI into a Typedef?
2/ In addition to Tip strips, Is it recommended to add some comments on the front panel or not?
Thank you very much!