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Really need Min(a,b) and Max(a,b) function in "Eval formula node"

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Hi all,
I've been using the 'Eval formula node" to let the user of my app configure his own calculations,
but now I've found out that the "Eval formula node" doesn't support these functions.
e.g        y= min (a,b)
or         y = max (a+3, c-4)
I considered adding them myself to the Eval formula node's subvi's,
but franckly I've never seen such complex subvi's :-)
Is pretty urgent. Any ideas?

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MegKB wrote:
Maybe the MathScript node is the way to go now, as long as you want to install MatLab.
The MathScript node does NOT need Matlab.  It runs Matlab-like code, but it is totally inside of LabVIEW.  There is a Matlab node that uses ActiveX to run Matlab.  For that you need to have Matlab installed.
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