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Advance simulation by one or more methods


step in
step over
step out
step top
step blockmth


step or step in advances the simulation to the next method in the current time step.

step over advances the simulation over the next method.

step out advances the simulation the end of the current simulation point hierarchy.

step top advances the simulation to the first method executed in the next time step.

step blockmth advances the simulation to the next method that operates on a block.

s is the short form of the command.

If step advances the simulation to the start of a block method, the debugger points at the block on which the method operates.



The following diagram illustrates the effect of various forms of the step command for the model vdp.

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Introduced in R2007a

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