Re: When do statemachine changes become effective



Re: When do statemachine changes become effective

From: Pierre Metz ^lt;pmetz@fbi.fh-darmstadt.de>
Date: Wed 11 May 2005 - 18:48:39 BST
Message-ID: <13457.217.111.53.98.1115833719.squirrel@217.111.53.98>
Sounds resonable.

Possible pragmatic way out: transition actions may be placed as an entry
activity into the target state (this is where the idea of entry and exit
activities comes from, i.e. action redundacies of incoming transitions can
be resolved this way), assuming that entry activity "elements" are
ordered.

However, I could be wrong either.

Pierre

> My initial reaction would be to say y=0. Reasoning, because the
> order of the actions is irrelevant, so both action statements
> are executed at exactly the same time.
>
> I could be wrong,
>
> Les.
>
>>
>>      evt/x=x+1;y=x*5
>>    ------------------->
>>
>> with an initial value of x=0, should result in y being 5
> afterwards.
>>
>
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Received on Wed May 11 18:49:19 2005