Read Chapter 4 ("SubVIs") of Robert H. Bishops’s LabVIEW 2009 Student Edition.
Complete and turn in the following Exercises, Problems, and Design Problems on pages 204-212 in the book. For all programs that you write, label your controls and indicators with meaningful names, instead of using LabVIEW’s default names.
For Exercise E4.5, name your program E4_5_Sign.vi. For this program, recall that the number 0 is neither positive nor negative.
For Exercise E4.6, name your program E4_6_FindGreatest.vi. (For this exercise you should only send me the subVI, not the program that uses the subVI.)
For Problem P4.2, name your program P4_2_Limit.vi.
For Design Problem D4.1, name your program D4_1_Age.vi. Your program should give the same answer for the age that we’d give in everyday conversation. For example, on the day before a person’s 20th birthday, we still say that the person is 19; but on the day of her 20th birthday, we say that she’s 20.
For Design Problem D4.2, name your program D4_2_BMI.vi. Be sure to give your VI a meaningful icon, a connector, and a description so that it can be used as a subVI.
Use the Homework #4 Dropbox on the course website
to send me your files.