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The five-minutes tutorial gives you a brief introduction into modeling state machines with YAKINDU Statechart Tools by a simple example. It models a light switch, which has the states on and off. Operating the switch repeatedly turns the light on, off, back on again, and so forth. You can simulate this behavior in a dynamic statechart model (state machine model). Here’s how it looks like:
This tutorial introduces YAKINDU Statechart Tools (SCT) which provides an integrated modeling environment for the specification and development of reactive, event-driven systems based on the concepts of Finite State Machines (FSM) and Harel Statecharts. It is an easy-to-use tool featuring sophisticated graphical statechart editing, validation and simulation of statecharts as well as code generation for C, C++, or Java.
This tutorial introduces main concepts which will be helpful for understanding and defining statecharts in YAKINDU Statechart Tools (SCT). While the previous tutorials explain how to use YAKINDU SCT, this tutorial does not require an installation of YAKINDU as it makes use of embedded statechart players.