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The way that we support S-functions is to allow the user to create an independent Simulink model that represents the input and output interface to the S-function and also represents the same functional semantics as the S-function. Then, the user can add a reference to the S-function in the block properties of the S-function block that names the external Simulink model. The sl2tvec translator then substitutes the external Simulink model for the S-function during translation. This way, the user can use S-functions for code efficiency or direct addressing of specific memory locations or for what ever reason they are necessary, but still use the sl2tvec/T-VEC processes on their model.  
 
The way that we support S-functions is to allow the user to create an independent Simulink model that represents the input and output interface to the S-function and also represents the same functional semantics as the S-function. Then, the user can add a reference to the S-function in the block properties of the S-function block that names the external Simulink model. The sl2tvec translator then substitutes the external Simulink model for the S-function during translation. This way, the user can use S-functions for code efficiency or direct addressing of specific memory locations or for what ever reason they are necessary, but still use the sl2tvec/T-VEC processes on their model.  
  
[[Examples of S Functions|Examples of S Functions]]
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===Embedded Matlab Language (EML) Translation: m-script guidelines===
 
===Embedded Matlab Language (EML) Translation: m-script guidelines===
 
Support for Embedded Matlab Language (EML) functions will be available soon. Not all EML functions will be immediately available but they will be implemented as requested. Only EML functions that can be graphically represented using Simulink blocks can be implemented at this time. Support for other functions may require a development contract. If there is a function you need please email your request to support@t-vec.com.  
 
Support for Embedded Matlab Language (EML) functions will be available soon. Not all EML functions will be immediately available but they will be implemented as requested. Only EML functions that can be graphically represented using Simulink blocks can be implemented at this time. Support for other functions may require a development contract. If there is a function you need please email your request to support@t-vec.com.  

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