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how to create a vector in simulink?

how to create a vector in simulink?

how to create a vector in simulink?

(OP)
hallo!
i simple want to create a vector in a variable to use it more times.
but i don't want to use matlab workspace.
how can i write for example v = [1 2 3] with simulink's blocks?
i have tried by writing in a costant [1 2 3] and then put it in a block 'data store write' but this block want only a number,namely a vector of one dimension.
and second question if i want to write a vector with big dimension for example a vector with 100 elements,better the first 100 elements that in matlab is v =  [0 : 1 : 100],how can i do this in simulink?
thanks a lot!
diego

RE: how to create a vector in simulink?

use 3 constants and a MUX

peace
Fe

RE: how to create a vector in simulink?

(OP)
thanks Fe but i have yet tryed but it' s not possible in this way..data write does not accept this input..

RE: how to create a vector in simulink?

data write?
There are many ways, its all dependent on what you are doing exactly...
1) you can write a embedded function
2) S-function in C language

S-functions compile faster.  

peace
Fe

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