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Function-Call Subsystem with Merged Signal As Input

In this model a merged signal serves as the input to a function-call subsystem. Latching is necessary if one of the signals entering the Merge block forms a feedback loop with the function-call subsystem. In this example, one of the output signals from FCSS2 combines with the output of an Enabled Subsystem block and then feeds back into an inport of FCSS2.

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