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Abhijit on 25 Jun 2013
Answered: Guy Rouleau on 17 May 2024
I have a non-inlined S-function in a MDL. I need to create a protected model of this MDL. I am not very experienced with converting a non-inlined S function to an inlined S function. What are my options here to create the Protected model which contains a non-inlined S function inside the MDL.

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Guy Rouleau
Guy Rouleau on 17 May 2024
non-inlined s-funciton are supported in protected model starting in R2021b

Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 25 Jun 2013
According to the documentation:
A protected model cannot use noninlined S-functions directly or indirectly.
So unfortunately, it looks like you must write a TLC to make it an inlined S-function.
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Abhijit on 25 Jun 2013
Is there an example on how to write a TLC function to make it an inline. I have found this
However, I dont seem to follow whats going on here. Any other references?

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