Conditional statements are available in Modelica to be able to control the effects of equations and algorithms. They take the form of if, for, when and while statements that can be used to change behaviour of variables by changing the calculation. The condition needs to be in the form of a Boolean, either a variable or a calculation. In all cases the statement must be ended with an end declaration, coupled with the conditional designation. For instance, to end an if loop, the closing declaration is end if unlike some other codes.
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Below the model is provided with which the function already shown can be called. Within this model there are several items which could just as easily have been included in the function. We have a reminder here that the equation section will be calculated at every time-step, and therefore any command to read scan a string and/or write it down in a text file will yield a result at each step. This could well be what is intended, and indeed, a main reason to put the scanReal() part in your model, not in the function, but here we’ve restricted it to the last time-step to more easily see what comes out, using when terminal() then.