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TLC debugging without Simulink Coder (RealTime Workshop)

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MIchael
MIchael on 28 Dec 2011
Answered: Juan Reyes on 30 Jun 2016
Dear All,
I would like to debug a TLC file for an S-Function, written in C. However, I don't have the Simulink Coder (Real-Time Workshop) at hand. It would help me a lot if I could implement a standard output function, such as 'stdout' in C, but this seems not possible in TLC.
I also tried to run my model in Rapid Accelerator mode without a TLC file, but the results are different from those at Normal Mode. I suspect this is because of the missing TLC file (with user code wrapping)?
I would be glad if someone could give me a hint.
Cheers,
Michael

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Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 29 Dec 2011
It's not easy to guess what's going wrong with the available information - something about the way the S-function is written probably causes this. You can add printf statements to the TLC file, so that they are produced in the generated code if you need to print debugging information.

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Juan Reyes
Juan Reyes on 30 Jun 2016
Just to make it clear. Do you have your own .tlc file? if yes, try this in your tlc.
{
%selectfile STDOUT
### Your desired print.
%closefile STDOUT
}

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