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LISA+ Language Reference Manual. This document introduces the LISA+ language, which is used for writing models for components and systems. It describes communication with C++ code, and the LISA+ preprocessor.
This book is organized into the following chapters:
This chapter introduces the document.
This chapter describes the sections within the component declaration.
This chapter describes how to call custom C++ code from LISA+ behavior code and how to call LISA+ behavior code from C++ code.
This chapter describes the syntax of the LISA+ protocol section.
This appendix describes the C-like preprocessor statements that you can use in LISA+ source code, and how the LISA+ preprocessor works.
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