Note: It is considered good programming practice to keep the inputs on the left border and the outputs on the right border of the Formula Node. This helps you follow the data flow in your VI and keep your code organized.
if (x*y>0)z1 = 3*x**2 - 2*y**3;else z1 = 0;z2 = sinh(z1);
In this case, the Formula Node helps minimize the space required on the block diagram. Accomplishing the same task without the use of a Formula Node requires the following code:
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