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Aide de Scilab >> Xcos > Programming xcos Blocks > Utilities Functions > set_blockerror

set_blockerror

set the block error number

Calling Sequence

set_blockerror(n)

Module

Description

Function to set a specific error during the simulation for the current block. If it is used, then after the execution of the computational function of the block, the simulator will end and will return an error message associated to the number given in argument.

set_blockerror(n)

Arguments

  • n : an error number. The following calls are allowed :

    • set_blockerror(-1)

      the block has been called with input out of its domain

    • set_blockerror(-2)

      singularity in a block

    • set_blockerror(-3)

      block produces an internal error

    • set_blockerror(-16)

      cannot allocate memory in block

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