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innerTransitions

Identify inner transitions with specified source

Description

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transitions = innerTransitions(source) returns an array of Stateflow.Transition objects that correspond to the inner transitions of the specified source state. An inner transition is a transition that does not exit the source state. For more information, see Inner Transitions.

Examples

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Suppose that ch is the Stateflow.Chart object that corresponds to this chart.

Stateflow chart with a hierarchy of states. The chart contains states A and C. State A contains an inner state called B.

Find the Stateflow.State object named A.

sA = find(ch,'-isa','Stateflow.State','Name','A');

Identify the transition whose source is state A and whose destination is inside state A. Display the name of the destination.

tr = innerTransitions(sA);
tr.Destination.Name
ans =

    'B'

Input Arguments

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Source state, specified as a Stateflow.State object.

Introduced before R2006a