LabVIEW 2010 Statechart Module Help

Edition Date: June 2013

Part Number: 372103F-01

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Owning Palette: Statechart Development Objects

Requires: Statechart Module

Defines the area in which you can place states and pseudostates. Each region must contain an Initial pseudostate and at least one substate.

The top-level statechart diagram represents a region. You can place regions within only a state.

Using regions allows you to place states within states, as the previous figure shows. Two or more regions in the same state are called orthogonal regions.

When the statechart enters a region, the statechart enters the substate to which the Initial pseudostate is connected, except in the following situations:

  • The statechart is following a transition directly to a substate.
  • The statechart has entered that region at least once since you first executed the statechart, and the region contains a Shallow History or Deep History pseudostate.

In these situations, the statechart enters the substate that the transition or pseudostate specifies.


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