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Return settings for Logic Analyzer cursor


cursorInfo = getCursorInfo(scope,'CursorTag',tag)



cursorInfo = getCursorInfo(scope,'CursorTag',tag) returns the settings for the cursor or cursors specified by the input tag.


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This example shows how to use functions to create, manipulate, and delete cursors in a dsp.LogicAnalyzer object.

Create Logic Analyzer and Signals

scope = dsp.LogicAnalyzer('NumInputPorts',3);
for ii = 1:20

Add Cursor

cursor = addCursor(scope,'Location',15,'Color','Cyan');
ans = struct with fields:
    Location: 15
       Color: [0 1 1]
      Locked: 0
         Tag: 'C2'

Modify Cursor


Remove Cursor

tags = getCursorTags(scope);

Input Arguments

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The Logic Analyzer object from which you want to return cursor settings, specified as a handle to the dsp.LogicAnalyzer object.

The tag or tags identifying the cursor or cursors about which to get information, specified as the randomly assigned cursor tag or tags.

Example: 'C5'

Example: {'C4','C5'}

Example: ["C4","C5"]

Data Types: char | cell | string

Output Arguments

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The cursorInfo struct contains the following fields:

  • Location — Location of the cursors

  • Color — Color of the cursors

  • Locked — Locked status of the cursors

  • Tag — Tag identifying cursors

Introduced in R2013a