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How to get Stimuli settings with SKILL?

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stimuli in ade in virtuoso

Does anybody know how to use SKILL to get the stimuli settings? Which is set in the "Setup Analog Stimuli" form?

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skartistref5141.pdf

Try ADE session -> save script
 

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No, the saved script doesn't contain what I need. It only tells the stimuli file path, but I need the content of the stimuli file in SKILL.
 

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Hi,

this should be done using the function asiGetStimulusInputs(o_session) -> list of inputs.
You just have to get the o_sessionID of your Analog Simulation Environment. This should be done using asiGetSession(windowId) -> o_session.
For more information have a look at the document "Virtuoso Analog Design Environment SKILL Language Reference" --> skartistref5141.pdf inside the dfII installation tree.

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hqqh said:
Hi,

this should be done using the function asiGetStimulusInputs(o_session) -> list of inputs.
You just have to get the o_sessionID of your Analog Simulation Environment. This should be done using asiGetSession(windowId) -> o_session.
For more information have a look at the document "Virtuoso Analog Design Environment SKILL Language Reference" --> skartistref5141.pdf inside the dfII installation tree.

Regards,
hqqh

Yes, it is exactly what I need! Thank you very much! :D
 

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