Stop simulation when input is nonzero
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The Stop Simulation block stops the simulation when the input is nonzero. The simulation completes the current time step before terminating. If the block input is a vector, any nonzero vector element causes the simulation to stop.
When you use the Stop Simulation block in a For Iterator subsystem, the stop action occurs after execution of all iterations in the subsystem during a time step. The stop action does not interrupt execution until the start of the next time step.
You cannot use the Stop Simulation block to pause the simulation. To create a block that pauses the simulation, see Pause Simulation Using Assertion Blocks.
Port_1— Input signal
Stop simulation when input signal is nonzero. This port accepts real
Not recommended for production code. Relates to resource limits and restrictions on speed and memory often found in embedded systems. Generated code can contain dynamic allocation and freeing of memory, recursion, additional memory overhead, and widely varying execution times. While the code is functionally valid and acceptable in resource-rich environments, smaller embedded targets often cannot support such code. Usually, blocks evolve toward being suitable for production code. Thus, blocks suitable for production code remain suitable.
Generated code stops executing when the stop condition is true.
When you use this block in your model, HDL Coder™ does not generate HDL code for it. See Stop Simulation.