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TimerTicksPerSecond

Get and set number of timer ticks per second (MATLAB code generation)

Description

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timerTicksPerSecVal = myExecutionProfile.TimerTicksPerSecond returns the number of timer ticks per second. For example, if the timer runs at 1 MHz, then the number of ticks per second is 106.

You can calculate the execution time in seconds using the formula ExecutionTimeInSecs=ExecutionTimeInTicks/TimerTicksPerSecond.

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myExecutionProfile.TimerTicksPerSecond = timerTicksPerSecVal sets the number of timer ticks per second. Use this method if the target connectivity configuration does not specify this value.

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To get the number of timer ticks per second, get the TimerTicksPerSecond property value from the myExecutionProfile workspace variable.

timerTicksPerSecVal = myExecutionProfile.TimerTicksPerSecond;

To set the number of timer ticks per second, set the TimerTicksPerSecond property value in the myExecutionProfile workspace variable.

myExecutionProfile.TimerTicksPerSecond = timerTicksPerSecVal;

Input Arguments

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The myExecutionProfile is a workspace variable that contains the execution-time profile of the code generated from your MATLAB® function.

Number of timer ticks per second

Example: timerTicksPerSecVal

Output Arguments

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Number of timer ticks per second

Introduced in R2012b