You would also have a loop inside your RT code which increments its iteration terminal in each execution. Read the iteration terminal of the while/for loop present in your RT VI from a Host program to check if your RT code is executing or not. Transfer the data you read from the RT VI to the host VI using Network Buffered Shared Variable.Following this, read the iteration count in your Host VI to understand the execution state of your RT code.Similarly different data types like boolean, numeric and string can be transferred to probe the different values and validate the functionality of the RT code at different points in time from the Host VI.
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