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 The functions //getIn()// and //​getOut()//​ return an input or output. To access the signals on those in- or outputs, use //​getSignal()//​. ​ The functions //getIn()// and //​getOut()//​ return an input or output. To access the signals on those in- or outputs, use //​getSignal()//​. ​
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 +===== Timestamp =====
 +Every signal carries a timestamp. The timestamp of a signal is usually set in input blocks. Block which read from an external source and deliver this value on a output signal will set its timestamp to the time of the acquisition of the value. \\
 +Most blocks will not alter this timestamp. However, blocks which depend on the sampling time such as integrators or differentiators will change the timestamp according to their inner algorithm.  ​
  
 ===== Reading from Unconnected Inputs ===== ===== Reading from Unconnected Inputs =====
eeros_architecture/control_system/signals.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/13 10:36 by graf