Return all sample times associated with model
ts = Simulink.BlockDiagram.getSampleTimes('model')
The command returns ts which is a 1xn array of Simulink.SampleTime objects associated with the model passed to Simulink.BlockDiagram.getSampleTimes. Here n is the number of sample times associated with the block diagram. The format of the returns is as follows:
1xn Simulink.SampleTime Package: Simulink
value: [1x2 double] Description: [char string] ColorRGBValue: [1x3 double] Annotation: [char string] OwnerBlock: [char string] ComponentSampleTimes: [1x2 struct]
value — A two-element array of doubles that contains the sample time period and offset
Description — A character string that describes the sample time type
ColorRGBValue — A 1x3 array of doubles that contains the red, green and blue (RGB) values of the sample time color
Annotation — A character string that represents the annotation of a specific sample time (e.g., 'D1')
OwnerBlock — For asynchronous and variable sample times, a string containing the full path to the block that controls the sample time. For all other types of sample times, an empty string.
ComponentSampleTimes — A structure array of elements of the same type as Simulink.BlockDiagram.getSampleTimes if the sample time is an async union or if the sample time is hybrid and the component sample times are available.
ts = Simulink.BlockDiagram.getSampleTimes('model') performs an update diagram and then returns the sample times associated with the block diagram specified by the input argument model. The update diagram ensures that the sample time information returned is up-to-date. If the model is already in the compiled state via a call to the model API, then an update diagram is not necessary.
Using this method allows you to access all information in the Sample Time Legend programmatically.