LabVIEW For Loop iteration parallelism is a feature introduced in LabVIEW 2009 that executes the iterations of a For Loop concurrently in multiple threads, yielding greater CPU utilization and reduced processing time on multicore machines.Create a wire branch on the wire between the Average terminal of the subVI and its indicator via the Wiring tool. Then, extend this wire to the x terminal of the Greater or Equal? function. Right-click on the y terminal of the Greater or Equal? function and choose Create →Constant to place a numeric constant. Enter 9 in the numeric constant and wire the round LED, labeled as Warning, to the x>=y? terminal of this function to provide a Boolean value.
The iteration terminal is an output terminal that contains the number of completed iterations. The iteration count for the For Loop always starts at zero. The For Loop differs from the While Loop in that the For Loop executes a set number of times. Ni.com Data enters the right shift register and is passed to the left shift register on the next iteration of the loop. Tutorial: Using Shift Registers. The next section of this tutorial guides you through creating and using shift registers in a simple LabVIEW VI. 1. Create a new LabVIEW VI by navigating to File»New VI. 2.