It?s also important to note that in the above description
(Darren?s at the very top) when you want the code to ?do something? when you
have X but not Y you?ll need to do that ?something? in the FALSE case of a case
structure and not the TRUE case of that structure if you wire it directly (this
could be a small point of confusion)?.
To comment on the IFF operator, the <a href=" http://www.yqcomputer.com/
%7Eramsey/Logic/Iff.html" target="_blank">truth table</a> depends on
both X and Y, so the function for x <=> y is not equivalent to
x. As far as why it?s not implemented in
LabVIEW, I suppose its just not used all that often ;).
As much ?fun? as logic class was in college, I wouldn?t exactly
say I use it all the time (ask me what Demorgan?s theorem is for example and
watch me scratch my head in forgetfulness).
Have a great week everybody,