Advance simulation by specified increment
step advances the simulation by the
amount specified by
amt. For example, to advance the simulation
to the first method in the next time step, specify
amt — Amount to advance simulation
in (default) |
Amount to advance simulation, specified as one of these options:
in— Advance simulation to the next method in the current time step and pause before the first method within the next method. If the next method does not contain any methods, the simulation debugging session pauses at the end of the next method.
over— Advance simulation over the next method in the current time step.
out— Advance simulation to the end of the current simulation point in the execution hierarchy.
top— Advance simulation to the first method in the next time step.
blkmth— Advance simulation to next block method.
step top advances the simulation debugging
session to the first method in the next time step.
After executing a block method in a programmatic simulation debugging session, the software displays this information in the MATLAB® Command Window:
Current simulation time
Next method to execute
Block input values
Block output values
Block continuous state vector
Block discrete state vector
The image shows typical Command Window output after calling the
Introduced in R2007a