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  • Java to Labview, using "if else" statements and pressing buttons

    I'm originally a java programmer, but I've taken on Labview since this past last year. I'm trying to make a code that will assign a value of 0 when a button ( button 1) is pressed and then change that value into a 1. When the button is then pressed again the value is changed back into a 0.

    This code is for a claw that will open and close. Any advice, help, or screenshots?

    int x=reader.nextInt(); // takes value of pressing the claw button
    while (y==1) //the robot is turned on
    {
    if(x==-1)
    {
    claw=0; //open position
    }
    else(x==0)
    {
    claw=1; //close position
    }

    x=reader.nextInt(); //checks the next value of the claw button
    y=OnOrOff.nextInt() //checks if robot is on or off
    }

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    Re: Java to Labview, using "if else" statements and pressing buttons

    A good way to do that would be to have one case structure for if the motor should move and if it should move then have a case structure inside of that to decide what direction the motor should move
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