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Editing Variables

The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module. Add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. You can edit the Name directly and the Initial Values by clicking on the button, or you can right-click to edit the variable using a dialog or spreadsheet view. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.

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Below is an example from the Case Study: Courier Service Model. Buffering Data for a Link.This example demonstrates how to add or edit a variable.
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The Case Study: Courier Service Model. Courier Service Model demonstrates how to add or edit a variable.
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Editing Variables

The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module. Add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. You can edit the Name directly and the Initial Values by clicking on the button, or you can right-click to edit the variable using a dialog or spreadsheet view. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.

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Below is an example from the Case Study: Courier Service Model. Buffering Data for a Link.This example demonstrates how to add or edit a variable.
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Editing Variables

The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module. Add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. You can edit the Name directly and the Initial Values by clicking on the button, or you can right-click to edit the variable using a dialog or spreadsheet view. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.

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Below is an example from the Case Study: Courier Service Model. This example demonstrates how to add or edit a variable.
 -- MichaelOSullivan - 25 Aug 2009

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The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To Add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module and add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. Then you can edit the Name and Initial Values. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.
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The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module. Add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. You can edit the Name directly and the Initial Values by clicking on the button, or you can right-click to edit the variable using a dialog or spreadsheet view. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.
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Editing Variables

The Variable module is found in the Basic Process template. To Add or edit variables simply click on the Variable module and add a new Variable by double clicking at the end of the list or right-clicking and inserting a row. Then you can edit the Name and Initial Values. Note that a Variable may be 1- or 2-dimensional, i.e., an array or a table of values.

-- MichaelOSullivan - 25 Aug 2009

 
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