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Continuous Time Restrictions in Stateflow

Continuous Time Restrictions in Stateflow

Continuous Time Restrictions in Stateflow

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Hello. I have been trying to run a Simlink model (developed by another person for Matlab 2007a) on a Matlab 2010a system. I encountered the following error message:

"Illegal condition action on transition (#46). In continuous time Stateflow
charts, any transition that has an associated condition action must reach a
graphical state directly (not via other transitions). Transitions that do
not directly reach a graphical state can only have transition actions. This
restriction ensures that the zero crossings function is side-effect free.
 
Type "sfhelp('ContinuousTimeRestrictions')" for further information."

I read that since 2007b, there have been some changes in Stateflow. As I am not so familiar with Simulink nor Stateflow, I have no idea what that message actually means. Anybody knows (in layman terms) what it means and how to fix the model to make it works under 2010a? Thanks.

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