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How to eliminate local variables that are set but not used in generated code?

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Xiaojie Qiu
Xiaojie Qiu on 8 Oct 2018
Commented: John D'Errico on 8 Oct 2018
Hi everyone,
In generated code, there are some variables that are defined but never used. After compilation, the IDE displays warnings because of them.
For example, in generated code below, a local variable named u16_OffsetAddress is defined and assigned, but not used. After compilation, I get a warning from the IDE indicating that this variable is set but not used.
// Code begin
static void my_model_EEPROMEraseBlock_Init(DW_EEPROMEraseBlock_simulink_function_T *localDW)
{
uint16_T u16_OffsetAddress;
localDW->s16_ErrorFlag_Temp = 0;
localDW->s16_ErrorFlag_out = 0;
u16_OffsetAddress = 0U;
}
// Code end
I want to know how to eliminate this kind of local variables or how to configurate simulink model in order to solve this problem? Thanks!
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John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 8 Oct 2018
But why is it a problem? After all, computers don't really care. The warning is there, but it is just a warning.

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