# getscicosvars

Supervisor utility function

### Syntax

myvar = getscicosvars(str) myvar =getscicosvars([str1;str2;...])

### Description

That utility function is used to retrieve working arrays of Scicos simulator and compiler during simulation.

It can be used inside a Scilab block to get information of all type of blocks. That function is very useful to debug diagrams and to do prototypes of simulations.

myvar = getscicosvars(str) myvar = getscicosvars([str1;str2;...])

### Arguments

**str,str1,str2,... :**That parameter can be a string or a matrix of string. The following entries are allowed :"x" : get the continuous state register.

"nx" : get the length of the continuous state register.

"xptr" : get the pointers register of the continuous state register.

"zcptr" : get the pointers register of the zero-crossing surfaces register.

"z" : get the discrete state register.

"nz" : get the length of the continuous state register.

"zptr" : get the pointers register of the discrete state register.

"noz" : get the number of elements of the discrete object state list.

"oz" : get the discrete object state list.

"ozsz" : get the size of the elements of the discrete object state list.

"oztyp" : get the type of the elements of the discrete object state list.

"ozptr" : get the pointers register of the discrete object state list.

"rpar" : get the real parameter register.

"rpptr" : get the pointers register of the real parameter register.

"ipar" : get the integer parameter register.

"ipptr" : get the pointers register of the integer parameter register.

"opar" : get the object parameter list.

"oparsz" : get the size of the elements of the object parameter list.

"opartyp" : get the type of the elements of the object parameter list.

"opptr" : get the pointers register of the object parameter list.

"outtb" : get the output register.

"inpptr" : get the pointers register of the number of regular input ports.

"outptr" : get the pointers register of the number of regular output ports.

"inplnk" : get the pointers register of the links connected to regular input ports.

"outlnk" : get the pointers register of the links connected to regular output ports.

"subs" : not used

"tevts" : get the current date register of the agenda.

"evtspt" : get the current event register of the agenda.

"pointi" : get the next event to be activated.

"iord" : get the vector of blocks activated at the start of the simulation.

"oord" : get the vector of blocks whose outputs affects computation of continuous state derivatives.

"zord" : get the vector of blocks whose outputs affects computation of zero-crossing surfaces.

"funtyp" : get the vector of type of computational functions.

"ztyp" : get the pointers vector for blocks which use zero-crossing surfaces.

"cord" : get the vector of blocks whose outputs evolve continuously.

"ordclk" : get the matrix associated to blocks activated by output activation ports.

"clkptr" : get the pointers vector for output activation ports.

"ordptr" : get the pointers vector to ordclk designating the part of ordclk corresponding to a given activation.

"critev" : get the vector of the critical events.

"mod" : get the vector pointers of block modes.

"nmod" : get the length of the vector pointers of block modes.

"iz" : get the register that store pointers of block->work.

"izptr" : get the pointers vector of the register that store C pointers of block->work.

"nblk" : get the number of block.

"outtbptr" : get the register that store C pointers of outtb.

"outtbpsz" : get the register that store the size of the elements of outtb.

"outtbtyp" : get the register that store the type of the elements of outtb.

"nlnk" : get the number of output.

"ncord" : get the number of blocks whose outputs evolve continuously.

"nordptr" : get the number of blocks whose outputs evolve by activation.

"iwa" : n.d.

"blocks" : get a scilab list that contains all block structures contains in the diagram.

"ng" : get length of the zero-crossing surfaces register.

"g" : get the zero-crossing surfaces register.

"t0" : get the current time of the simulation.

"tf" : get the final time of the simulation.

"Atol" : get the integrator absolute tolerance for the numerical solver.

"rtol" : get the integrator relative tolerance for the numerical solver.

"ttol" : get the tolerance on time of the simulator.

"deltat" : get the maximum integration time interval.

"hmax" : get the maximum step size for the numerical solver.

"nelem" : get the number of elements in outtb.

"outtb_elem" : get the vector of the number of elements in outtb.

**myvar :**That output parameter can be an int32 matrix, a double matrix or a Tlist. This is given by the input parameter.

### See also

- scicos_debug — Set the level of the Scicos debugging

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