how to assign values of one editfield to another editfield in masking a simulink subsystem

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I have three constant blocks to which I am creating a subsystem and let the constant block names be A, B and C, I have value of A = 5, B = 10 and C = A+B, so while masking I have 3 edit fields for A B and C, If I enter the values for A and B, it should reflect the sum of A and B in C edit field. How to do this in Simulink masking.
Please help me in understanding and working on this.
Thanks in advance

Answers (1)

madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 30 Nov 2023
Edited: madhan ravi on 30 Nov 2023
1. Open the Mask Editor (ctrl + M). Add the parameters in Parameters & Dialog Section as edit field types give the names for each a, b and c.
2. Go to Code section type in the initialization code and select Switch Callback Mode as Mask, save the Mask.
3. Now enter the mask values in the mask and to immediately see the changes click Apply and then Ok.
madhan ravi
madhan ravi on 30 Nov 2023
Ofcourse this is for illustration purpose of masking. In the example you mentioned, one can simply just use 2 mask parameters and a sum block can be used to create c within the subsytem. But I understand that you wanted to know how to do it within a Mask.

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