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CoDeSys V2. Project A project contains all of the objects in a PLC program. A project is saved in a file named after the project.

The following objects are included in a project: POUs Program Organization Units , data types, visualizations, resources, and libraries. Each POU consists of a declaration part and a body. If you want to use these POUs in your project, you must include the library standard. However, recursions are not allowed.

Function A function is a POU, which yields exactly one data element which can consist of several elements, such as fields or structures when it is processed, and whose call in textual languages can occur as an operator in expressions. When declaring a function do not forget that the function must receive a type.

This means, after the function name, you must enter a colon followed by a type. That means that function name is used as an output variable. In IL a function call only can be positioned within actions of a step or within a transition. In ST a function call can be used as operand in an expression. The call of a function in ST can appear as an operand in expressions. Functions do not have any internal conditions. That means that calling up a function with the same argument input parameters always produces the same value output.

That means that each time you call a function by passing the same arguments input parameters , it will return the same value output. For that functions may not contain global variables and addresses. The variable will not be written to the Retain area! If you define a function in your project with the name CheckBounds, you can use it to check range overflows in your project! The name of the function is defined and may have only this identifier. For further description please see chapter If you define functions with the names CheckRangeSigned and CheckRangeUnsigned, then range exceeding of variables declared with subrange types see Data types can be intercepted.

All these check function names are reserved for the described usage. For further description please see Defined Datatypes, Array. In SFC a function call can only take place within a step or a transition. As opposed to a function, a function block provides no return value. Reproductions or instances copies of a function block can be created. One output is the product of the two inputs, the other a comparison for equality: Function Block Instances Reproductions or instances copies of a function block can be created.

Each instance possesses its own identifier the Instance name , and a data structure which contains its inputs, outputs, and internal variables. Instances are declared locally or globally as variables, whereas the name of the function block is indicated as the type of an identifier.

Only the input and output parameters can be accessed from outside of an function block instance, not its internal variables. Instance declarations are not permitted in functions. Access to a function block instance is limited to the POU in which it was declared unless it was declared globally.

The instance name of a function block instance can be used as the input for a function or a function block. Note: CoDeSys V2. Therefore, function block calls with the same arguments do not always return the same output values! If there at least one of the function block variables is a retain variable, the total instance is stored in the retain area. Calling a function block The input and output variables of a function block can be accessed from another POU by setting up an instance of the function block and specifying the desired variable using the following syntax:.

Program A program is a POU which returns several values during operation. Programs are recognized globally throughout the project. All values are retained from the last time the program was run until the next.

Example of a program Programs can be called. A program call in a function is not allowed. There are also no instances of programs. If a POU calls a program, and if thereby values of the program are changed, then these changes are retained the next time the program is called, even if the program has been called from within another POU. This is different from calling a function block. There only the values in the given instance of a function block are changed.

These changes therefore play a role only when the same instance is called. If one exchanges the sequence of the calls, then the values of the given result parameters also change in a corresponding fashion. Each project must contain this special program. This POU is called exactly once per control cycle. You should not change this default setting! The action represents a further implementation which can be entirely created in another language as the "normal" implementation.

Each action is given a name. An action works with the data from the function block or programme which it belongs to. Example for an action of a function block In the example given, calling up the function block Counter increases or decreases the output variable "out", depending on the value of the input variable "in".

Calling up the action Reset of the function block sets the output variable to zero. The same variable "out" is written in both cases.

Regard the notation in FBD see example below! If it is required to call up the action within its own block, one just uses the name of the action in the text editors and in the graphic form the function block call up without instance information. The IEC standard does not recognise actions other than actions of the sequential function chart. The libraries standard. Data types Along with the standard data types the user can define his own data types.

Structures, enumeration types and references can be created. Visualization CoDeSys provides visualizations so that you can display your project variables. You can plot geometric elements off-line with the help of the visualization. An instruction list IL consists of a series of instructions. Each instruction begins in a new line and contains an operator and, depending on the type of operation, one or more operands separated by commas.

In front of an instruction there can be an identification mark label followed by a colon :. A comment must be the last element in a line.

Empty lines can be inserted between instructions. Example: LD


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