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    1 #!F-adobe-helvetica-medium-r-normal--18*
    2 #!N 
    3 #!CDarkGreen #!N  #!Rall999 Including Hello in a 
    4 Visual Program #!N #!EC #!N #!N In this example (  #!Lhmvp119,dxall1000 f Figure 119  #!EL  
    5 ), the Hello module is not given an input value and 
    6 therefore uses its default string ("hello world") as output. The Echo 
    7 module sends the string to Data Explorer's Message window. #!Cbrown #!N 
    8  #!F-adobe-times-medium-r-normal--18*    #!Rhmvp119 #!N Graphics omitted from Online Documentation. Please see the 
    9 manual. #!N #!N Figure 119. The Hello Module in a Visual 
   10 Program. The protrusion of the upper tab indicates that the Hello 
   11 module is using default input. When input is supplied through a 
   12 connecting "arc," as it is to the Echo module, the input 
   13 tab folds in. #!EF #!N #!EC #!N #!N A visual program 
   14 that produces the string "hello, how are you?" can be created 
   15 by: #!N #!I0 #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-r-normal--18*   #!N #!N #!I30 #!N o Using 
   16 the visual program in  #!Lhmvp119,dxall1000 f Figure 119  #!EL  and entering the string ", how 
   17 are you?" as the argument of the  #!F-adobe-times-bold-r-normal--18*   value #!EF input 
   18 parameter of the Hello module's configuration dialog box, or #!N #!I30 
   19 #!N o Creating a visual program (  #!Lhmvpsi120,dxall1000 f Figure 120  #!EL  ) in which 
   20 a string interactor stand-in provides the input (previously entered in the 
   21 interactor by the user). #!N #!I0 #!N #!EF #!N #!Cbrown #!N 
   22  #!F-adobe-times-medium-r-normal--18*    #!Rhmvpsi120 #!N Graphics omitted from Online Documentation. Please see the 
   23 manual. #!N #!N Figure 120. The Hello Module with a String 
   24 Interactor in a Visual Program. Note that both input tabs are 
   25 folded in (compare  #!Lhmvp119,dxall1000 f Figure 119  #!EL  ). #!EF #!N #!EC #!N #!N #!N 
   26  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   Next Topic #!EF #!N #!N  #!Lall1000,dxall1001 h Using Hello in a Script  #!EL  #!N  #!F-adobe-times-medium-i-normal--18*   #!N