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Question regarding Matlab level 2 S function

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Sameer on 2 Sep 2014
Commented: Sameer on 3 Sep 2014
Hello all
I have written a S function and it involves the use of approximatly 15 dialog parameters which are to be passed, as I have written the code so I know the sequence of the parameters but if another person wants to use it then it becomes diffcult to pass in the same order....I would like to know is there any way by which I can buid a parameter box so that each parameter is defined in a seperate line.
right know its being passed as: a,b,c,d.... I want
Value (displayed/asking): b
and so on....
Is it possible? If yes then please guide how can I acheive this.


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Kaustubha Govind
Kaustubha Govind on 2 Sep 2014
Yes, you can do this by Masking your S-function block. You can then add this masked block to a library that you can give your users.


Sameer on 3 Sep 2014
Hello thanks for answering but unfortunately I am not able to solve my problem using mask.
I was not clear enough while explain my problem, let me try once more.
As we know parameters in the Parameters field of the Level-2 MATLAB S-Function Block Parameters dialog box has to be passed in the same order they are defined inside the S function. I know this order because I created it but my user don't know. So I would like to make it user friendly such that when parameters have to be passed it shows the user which parameter has to to passed and at which position.
Awaiting your reply...
Titus Edelhofer
Titus Edelhofer on 3 Sep 2014
Hi Sameer,
but your second description indicates even stronger that masking your s-function is the correct way to go. Give it a try: mask the s-function, add parameters on the parameters pane, and since you know the order, you can pass those parameters from the mask to the s-function ...

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