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What are the 4 black triangle corners in a referenced model?

Subject: What are the 4 black triangle corners in a referenced model?

From: fl

Date: 28 Mar, 2013 19:19:11

Message: 1 of 2

Hi,

In Simulink (sl_using.pdf) sldemo_mdlref_basic example, there are three
"sldemo_mdlref_counter" models referenced. CounterA and CounterB have 4 blank corneres while CounterC has 4 black corners on the square model blocks. I have not found the explanation about the differences between blank and black corners of the model blocks. Could you tell me that?

Thanks,

Subject: What are the 4 black triangle corners in a referenced model?

From: Phil Goddard

Date: 28 Mar, 2013 19:46:05

Message: 2 of 2

If you double click on the block in the upper right corner with a ? on it then a description of the model will open in the documentation window.
About half way down it explains the difference between white and black corners -- essentially it's an indication of what mode the block will use when simulated.

Phil.

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