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Hi, I did a small state flow model, which should produce a output 1 when the input is 0 and produce ouput 0 when the input is 1. i simulated it and worked well.
1. when i tried generating code i used grt.tlc and generated code, the code runs for 3 to 4 pages for such a simple model, why?. and also i could see lot of supporting files, is it normal or i did something wrong when generating code?
2. I wanted to generate code for micro controller 8051 of the same model. i couldn't see any difference from the previous code and the code generated for 8051,also how can i select the input and output port pins of the microcontroller??
any help would be really appreciated.....
This answer regarding GRT versus ERT targets may help. GRT is a generic target and is not optimized for readability or speed. ERT is much more optimized and readable.
I cannot comment directly on how GRT chooses how to generate code as I do not know that answer, but in general you can expect ERT (embedded coder) code to be much more efficient.