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Determine whether the signal elements entering a port must be contiguous


int_T ssGetInputPortRequiredContiguous(SimStruct *S, int_T port)



SimStruct representing an S-Function block.


Index of an input port.


An int_T (1 or 0) or boolean_T (true or false) value indicating if the signal elements entering a port must be contiguous.


Use to determine if the signal elements entering a port must be contiguous. Returns 1 (true) if the signal elements entering the specified port must occupy contiguous areas of memory. Otherwise, returns 0 (false). If the elements are contiguous, a method can access the elements of the signal simply by incrementing the signal pointer returned by ssGetInputPortSignal.

    Note   The default setting for this flag is false. Hence, the default method for accessing the input signals is ssGetInputSignalPtrs.


C, C++


See the reference page for ssGetInputPortSignal for an example that uses this function.

Introduced before R2006a

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