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Replacement Name: int32

Name for int32 data type in generated code

Model Configuration Pane: Code Generation / Data Type Replacement


The Replacement Name: int32 parameter specifies the name to use for the built-in data type int32 in the generated code.


To enable this parameter, select the Specify custom data type names parameter.


no default

If a value is not specified, the code generator uses the Code Generation Name:

  • int32_T if Data type replacement is Use coder typedefs.

  • int32_t if Data type replacement is Use C data types with fixed-width integers.

You can specify a replacement name by using one of the following:

  • A Simulink.AliasType object.

  • The Simulink Name built-in data type name.

To use a Simulink.AliasType object:

  • Set the BaseType object property to int32.

  • Set the HeaderFile object property to the name of the header file that provides the type definition.

  • In the Replacement Name column, specify the object name.

To use the Simulink Name, in the Replacement Name column, specify int32.

An error occurs, if:

  • A replacement data type specification is inconsistent with the Simulink Name data type.

  • The Simulink.AliasType object has the Data scope parameter set to Exported.

Recommended Settings

DebuggingNo impact
TraceabilityA valid character vector
EfficiencyNo impact
Safety precautionNo recommendation

Programmatic Use

Parameter: ReplacementTypes, replacementName.int32
Type: character vector
Value: The Simulink Name or the name of a Simulink.AliasType object, where the object exists in the base workspace.
Default: ''

Version History

Introduced in R2007a