Variable and nested loops

Hi, I'm a relatively new to programming of LV, so be gentle.

In a Word, I am running nested loops than the material test power on and off cycles. The parameters for each loop is entered on the front panel of the user. For example, the power supply at the time, how many times to read in the data, power supply off time and the number of cycles power is a typical customer task ask me to do. Therefore, I decided to do a generic as possible executable vi instead of writing code (in which I request is trivial), that my technicians can easily use.

I want to put a counter - down in this vi, even a journey of one. I'll take the more the off time multiplied by the number of cycles and display on the front panel. For some reason that I can't find a simple way such that when the last cycle ended if poster zero before the program ends.

For example, the total is equal to 60 minutes and 10-minute cycle. I run the program and the display shows 60 during the first cycle, after the first cycle is complete and the second cycle begins the display turns 50, and so on until that last cycle where you can read 10. Then the program ends and the screen 10. How can I get a last beat of this kind it says 0 and 0 poster before the end of the program?

Thank you!

Wire a zero to a local variable of this indicator so that it can turn when the while loop ends.

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