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  1. Submitted by ParryKestrel on Mon, 07/16/2012 - 20:59 I was wondering if someone can tell me the difference between these variable definitions. One has the variable with the output connector and the other is with the output connector removed. I have a simulation that runs fine however, when I begin removing the output connectors on variable definitions to clean up it begins to fail. It fails with the error "Connection Loop". I have seen the other forum post on that error and installed the most updated version available on the website. I am using V7.0A. I am curious as to how there is any difference at all between the definitions. Please see the image. http://imgur.com/ZPPIn Also similarly, I am in the habit of removing the large black arrow when I use a defined variable. I remove the arrow since it is already defined and there is no need for inputing a signal into an already defined variable. When I do this am I altering the variable somehow? Vissim Variable definition error.bmp
  2. Submitted by Joe on Wed, 05/11/2011 - 20:31 Ideally it would show where a global var was driven, where it was read, flagged as driven but not read. This would really be handy in a large design… like what I’m working on. Up to 0xa274 words of 28335 flash and still growing :-) -Joe
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