lesson 5 bme 405 fall 2010 editing -strings - booleans no activities (1)

Lesson 5 bme 405 fall 2010 editing -strings - booleans no activities (1)

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    Configuring and editing the front panel Strings - Boolean operations
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Plan Configuring object properties Editing and documentation Strings Properties of booleans
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    Configuring object properties – Editing  and documentation
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Configuring front panel objects Shortcut menu (right click) to change object  properties, from Properties submenu or  other specific submenu. For a numeric  object, you can change: Representation (float, integer, unsigned  integer) Format (scientific notation, # digits of  precision – only affect display) Data range: properties – data entry (<= 1,  between 32 and 212) Default value (tip, set all default values, then  use “Edit” toolbar menu item + “make  current values default”. Don’t forget to save)  Description and tip (documentation) Whether the object is visible or hidden  and  whether it is enabled or not (Advanced) Different properties for different front panel  objects (boolean, graphs…)
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Editing techniques Create front panel objects from  block diagram: right click on node  with wiring tool and select “create  control/create indicator/create  constant” Created object can be changed  from front panel (i.e. dial instead of  numeric): shortcut, replace, select  replacement  Move object: select with  positioning tool (shift key for  several objects) and drag or move  with keyboard arrows Duplicating objects (cloning):  control key and drag Resize object: positioning tool on  object handles
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Diagram disable structure The diagram disable  structure is used to  disable, usually  temporarily, a portion of  the block diagram The structure can have  several subdiagrams,  one of which only is  enabled Useful for disabling  troublesome code during  debugging
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Lesson 5 bme 405 fall 2010 editing -strings - booleans no activities (1)

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