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 Force PLI 

Last post Mon, Oct 15 2007 7:48 AM by archive. 1 replies.
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  • Mon, Oct 15 2007 7:48 AM

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    Hi All, Anyone know how to create a "strong" force with a pli ? I mean this example below show how to do an "assign". How can I force a signal in a "strong" way ? int my_set_value() { static s_setval_delay delay_s ={{accRealTime},accInertialDelay}; static s_setval_value value_s = {accBinStrVal}; handle reg = acc_handle_tfarg(1); value_s.value.str = acc_fetch_tfarg_str(2); delay_s.time.real= acc_fetch_tfarg(3); acc_set_value(reg, &value_s, &delay_s); } Tnx in advance Gianfranco


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  • Sat, Oct 27 2007 8:43 PM

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    RE: Force PLI Reply

    Not sure why you are still using old acc* functions. Anyway, look for accForceFlag which is one of the fields you can set in the argument to acc_set_value to be able to force a reg.

    HTH
    Ajeetha, CVC
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