You can create, edit, and simulate your Stateflow® charts with MATLAB® commands. Access and edit the properties and methods, set positions, or copy and paste objects in your chart. Edit graphical properties by accessing the editor object.
|Recently selected objects in chart|
|Stateflow clipboard object|
|Create model containing empty Stateflow block|
|Open existing model|
|Print graphical view of charts|
|Save chart in current folder|
|Open Stateflow online help|
|Open Stateflow library window|
|Create empty chart|
|Open Stateflow Debugger|
|Open Model Explorer|
Create an edit Stateflow chart using basic commands of the API.
Sorts API properties and methods by object
Sorts properties and methods alphabetically by application
Construct a Stateflow chart with the Stateflow API
Describes the conventions used in naming the properties and methods of Stateflow API objects and the rules for using them in commands
Information on calling built-in methods for listing properties and methods for each object type
Information on creating and destroying any Stateflow object with the Stateflow API, and how to connect one object with another
Create handles to Stateflow objects and manipulate objects in a chart
Programmatically reposition chart states and subcharts.
Learn the copy and paste procedure for copying Stateflow objects from one environment to another
Use the Stateflow API method
fitToView to zoom in on a graphical object in the chart.
Access the Editor object for a Stateflow chart to perform operations that are graphical only, such as changing fonts and colors
The Stateflow API provides two techniques to enter text with more than one line for the labels of states and transitions
The Stateflow API provides two means for making default transitions
Describes how to create supertransitions
You can execute your API commands in a single MATLAB script