# 1.1 Variables in labview mathscript

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This module provides a brief introduction to the use of variables in LabVIEW MathScript.

## Variables in labview mathscript

A variable in LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT is a named value. Using variables allows us to manipulate values symbolically, which is particularly useful when programming.

Suppose we wish to compute the circumference of a circle of diameter 5 units using the formula $c=\pi d$ . We could first set the variable d to a value of 5: >>d = 5 d =5.000 Then we could compute the circumference and assign its value to the variable c : >>c = pi*d c =15.708 To execute this command, LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT computes the product of the value of d (which LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT knows because we earlier set it to 5) and the value of pi (which is a pre defined variable in LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT) and stores the value of the product in the variable c .

Variable names must begin with an upper- or lower-case letter. They may contain letters, digits, and underscores; they may not contain spaces or punctuation characters. LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT is case sensitive, so A and a are different variables.

## Valid variable names

Which of the following are valid variable names?

• a
• B
• ecky_ecky_ecky_ecky_ptang_zoo_boing
• ecky ecky ecky ecky ptang zoo boing
• 2nd
• John-Bigboote

• Valid.
• Valid.
• Valid.
• Invalid, because the variable name contains spaces.
• Invalid, because the variable name begins with a number.
• Invalid, because the variable name contains a dash.

LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT has several predefined variables. The most commonly used include

• ans - the default variable in which computation results are stored.
• pi - π.
• i or j - $\sqrt{-1}$ .
Once assigned, variable names remain until they are reassigned or eliminated by the clear command.

LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT variables can contain several types of numerical values. These types include the following:

• Scalar values - scalar is a mathematical term for a single value (i.e. a number). c and d in are scalar variables.
• Vectors - a vector is an ordered series of numbers.
• strings - LABVIEW MATHSCRIPT variables may also contain strings of characters.

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