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setOutport

Configure root-level outport for code generation

    Description

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    setOutport(myCodeMappingObj,outport,Name,Value) configures specified root-level Outport blocks for code generation. Use this function to map specified root-level outports to the storage class and storage class property settings that the code generator uses to produce C code for the outports.

    Examples

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    In the model code mappings for model myConfigModel, set the storage class for root-level outport Out1 to ExportedGlobal.

    cm = coder.mapping.api.get('myConfigModel');
    setOutport(cm,'Out1','StorageClass','ExportedGlobal');
    

    In the model code mappings for model myConfigModel, set the storage class for root Outport blocks throughout the model to Model default .

    cm = coder.mapping.api.get('myConfigModel');
    outBlockHandles = find(cm,'Outports')
    setOutport(cm,outBlockHandles,'StorageClass','Model default');
    

    Input Arguments

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    Code mapping object (model code mappings) returned by a call to function coder.mapping.api.get.

    Example: myCM

    Name, path, or handle of root-level outport to configure. To specify multiple outports, use a cell array.

    Example: 'Out1'

    Data Types: char | string | cell

    Name-Value Pair Arguments

    Example: 'StorageClass' 'ExportedGlobal'

    Specify comma-separated pairs of Name,Value arguments. Name is the argument name and Value is the corresponding value. Name must appear inside quotes. You can specify several name and value pair arguments as Name1,Value1,…,NameN,ValueN. The order of the name and value pair arguments does not matter.

    Storage class to set for the specified root Outport block. The name of a predefined storage class or storage class that is defined in the Embedded Coder Dictionary associated with the model. See Configure Root-Level Outport Blocks for C Code Generation.

    Name for the variable that represents the outport in the generated code.

    Data Types: char | string

    Introduced in R2020b