Integrate External C Algorithms Using C Function Blocks
Use the C Function block to call external C code from your model. You can write output code to modify your symbols. A symbol is a variable in the code that might take input, output, persistent, parameter, or constant values in a Simulink® model. Use the C Function block to:
Write C code to preprocess data to call a C function. Similarly, you can write C code to postprocess data after calling a C function.
Specify different code for simulation and code generation.
Call multiple functions.
Initialize and work with persistent data cached in the block.
Use the C Function block in cases where you need to allocate and deallocate memory, preprocess and postprocess external code symbols, or initialize and terminate persistent data. To call simple C code, use the C Caller block. To integrate a dynamic system using C code into your Simulink model, use the S-Function block.
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Integrate and modify external C Code using C Function blocks.
- Modify States of a C Function Block Using Persistent Symbols
- Change Values of Signals Using C Function Block and Buses
- Access Elements of a Matrix Using Output Code in a C Function Block
- Use External Functions with Matrix Input in a C Function Block
- Define an Alias Type in a C Function Block
- Use Inherited Sizes in a C Function Block
- Use Enumerated Data in a C Function Block