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Defining Matlab function datatype input in Simulink

Asked by Vlastimil Kriz on 11 Jul 2019
Latest activity Commented on by Vlastimil Kriz on 13 Jul 2019
Hello,
I have a problem to compile model with following part:
function [delayed_flag, counter] = delayed_flag(flag, counter_default, counter_prev)
if flag == true
if counter_prev == 0
delayed_flag = true;
counter = uint16(0);
else
delayed_flag = false;
counter = counter_prev - uint16(1);
end
else
delayed_flag = false;
counter = counter_default;
end
end
The problem seems to be that the 'counter_prev' input is treated as double, and I dont know how to force it to be uint16.
(Error: Data type mismatch. Output port 1 of 'xxx/Unit Delay2' is a signal of data type 'uint16'. However, it is driving a signal of data type 'double'.)
Thank your for help,
Vlasta

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Answer by Fangjun Jiang on 11 Jul 2019
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In the MATLAB Funciton editor, click icon "Edit Data".
Or in Simulink, Ctrl+H to open Model Explorer, on the left column, navigate to the MATLAB function, find your data and specify the data type.

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