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Case Structure issue
March 17, 2015
5:41 pm
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Kman
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I have a Labview vi being compiled that doesn’t include that much functionality. I started off with a simple case statement with two frames. Inside each frame I would have a different integer number being converted to a string and printed to the LCD display. It was working as intended, but now I added a third frame and get a compilation error. Is the addition of a simple third frame enough to go over my Arduino UNO capacity? What is happening?

March 17, 2015
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How is your third frame different than the other two that work? Do you by any chance have an output tunnel on the third frame configured as “Use Default if Unwired”? That option is not supported by the compiler and will generate a compilation error.

March 17, 2015
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That was it. I had a tunnel configured to use the default if unwired. I right clicked on it, created a constant and the compilation error went away.

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