In Simulink: Can the output argument of a function be used to input a text string (converted to uint8) to a Raspberry Pi eSpeak block?

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In Simulink: Can the output argument of a function be used to input a text string (converted to uint8) to a Raspberry Pi eSpeak block?
This works with a 'constant' block and the uint8('string') as input. But I would like to use a function and even ask for user input (of a phrase to speak) if possible.
Thanks, John

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Murat Belge
Murat Belge on 9 Dec 2013
Yes. It should. The 'eSpeak' block has been created using a MATLAB function block. You can right-click on the block and choose "Look under mask" to see the source MATLAB code. Create a copy of this block and modify the MATLAB code the way you want.

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John
John on 21 Dec 2013
I can see the function under the mask. I will give it a try. Thanks for your response. -John

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