- I am assuming an implied program stop after 'hammertime' and 'listen'.
- The 'Stop' after 'No' is a stop of the program.
- The 'Stop' after 'Yes' is a sub string of the program output (surrounded by matching parenthesis in order to avoid tension).
- I have added a decision after the data flow 'Yes'->'Stop' to select either 'MCH' (MC Hammer) or 'ICE' (Vanilla Ice) which then determines which string the program returns.
First, create a new VI from template and select the Standard State Machine:
This gets you started with a template VI:
Then implement the flowchart as a Finite State Machine. Note that the end VI is a bit hard to visualize based on the nature of the Case structure, here are some screen shots that show each of the cases followed by some screen shots of the front panel at different states.
First initialize and give the user a message that the test is starting.
Here are example screen shots of the program: