Get trigger slope for scope
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Enter the value returned by the function xPCOpenTcpIpPort.
Enter the scope number.
Returns the scope trigger slope. If the function detects an
error, it returns
xPCScGetTriggerSlope function gets the
trigger slope of scope
scNum. Use the xPCGetScope function to get the scope
number for the trigger scope. Use the constants defined in
interpret the trigger slope. These constants have the following meanings:
The trigger slope can be either rising or falling.
The trigger slope must be rising when the signal crosses the trigger value.
The trigger slope must be falling when the signal crosses the trigger value.
Host Scope |
Real-Time File Scope |
Real-Time Target Scope | xPCGetScope | xPCScGetTriggerLevel | xPCScGetTriggerMode | xPCScGetTriggerScope | xPCScGetTriggerSignal | xPCScSetTriggerLevel | xPCScSetTriggerMode | xPCScSetTriggerScope | xPCScSetTriggerSignal | xPCScSetTriggerSlope