LabVIEW 2009 Statechart Module Help
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Static reactions define the behavior of a state while that state is not taking any outgoing transitions. Static reactions execute only if both of the following conditions are met:
- The statechart receives the trigger to which you configured the reaction to respond.
- The guard associated with that reaction evaluates to TRUE. If a static reaction does not have a guard, that guard evaluates to TRUE always.
One state can have multiple static reactions. The statechart can execute multiple static reactions during one iteration of the statechart.
You configure static reactions by right-clicking a state border and selecting Configure State. This action launches the Configure State dialog box.
||Note If you define multiple static reactions that react to the same trigger, the statechart executes those static reactions one after the other. The order of execution is the order in which you defined the reactions.