How to check if state is parent state or substate ???

1 view (last 30 days)
Dear bros !!!
When I use following code, OutputMonitoringMode of A1 and B are 'Self activity' and A is 'ChildActivity' coressponding.
states = charts(i).find('-isa', 'Stateflow.State', 'IsCommented', 0)
So I can not defined that A1 is substate.
Do you know how to define it???

Answers (1)

Jorge Calvo
Jorge Calvo on 2 Nov 2021
I think you are confusing two different terms: whether a state is a parent/substate and what type of active state output it is producing.
In your chart, state A is outputing information about which substate (A1 or A2) is active. States A1 and B are outputing information about whether they are active or not. This makes sense becasue A has substates to monitor, while A1 and B do not.
Now, if you want to check whether a state is a perent or not, you can try to count the number of substates it contains by entering:
>> numel(find(state,"-isa","Stateflow.State"))
PS. If you are running an older version of MATLAB, try using single quotes instead of double quotes.


Find more on Complex Logic in Help Center and File Exchange





Community Treasure Hunt

Find the treasures in MATLAB Central and discover how the community can help you!

Start Hunting!