## Open Express Comparison.vi, which shows how to compare values using the Express VI. Using the Value A and Value B controls, you can modify the signals.

Open a new VI and go to HelpFind Examples…. Click on the Search tab, type “express” into the string labeled Enter keyword(s), and press the Search button.

(a) Open Express Comparison.vi, which shows how to compare values using the Express VI. Using the Value A and Value B controls, you can modify the signals. If Value A is greater than Value B, the result will be indicated by a 1 on the graph. If Value A is less than Value B, the result will be indicated by a 0.

(b) Open Express Vibration Lab.vi, which simulates a vibratory system of two masses and springs. The parameters of the system, such as the mass and rigidity of the springs, can be changed. Refer to Context Help for a more detailed explanation of this example VI, and explore the block diagram.

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