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AnyLogic - Free AnyLogic basic lessions - Learning AnyLogic by examples - Demo variable

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Free AnyLogic basic lessions - Learning AnyLogic by examples is made by Khoi Tran.

In this example you can learn, how to create events in AnyLogic

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  • 1. How to create and access variables Become an AnyLogic Expert Step by Step
  • 2. About me khoi.tran@simbean.com 2 My name is Khoi Tran and I’m living in beautiful Stuttgart, Germany. As a 12-years expert in the software industry and 6-years expert in simulation with AnyLogic, I would like to share my experiences with you on a simple and fast path.
  • 3. Learning subjects khoi.tran@simbean.com 3 In this example you can learn, • How to create different kinds of plain variable. • Normal plain variable • Static plain variable • Constant plain variable • Collection variables You can see the demo in action first http://simbean.com/en/knowhow/become-an-anylogic-expert.html If you like to know, how I built this model, this presentation may help you.
  • 4. Create different plain variables khoi.tran@simbean.com 4 Drag & drop all the variables and rename them Create an active object called “PlainVarAO“ and insert the plain variables.
  • 5. Properties of normal plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 5 The name of the plain variable can be changed, first character should be lower- case as Java convension Like the variable in Java, access modes are “public“, “protected“ and “private“. With “default“ the variable can be access everywhere in the model A variable can be static or constant Some simple variable types are listed as options, but you can define the plain variable with arbitrarily object type.For a double type, inital value can be e.g. 1.5, but for a String type, the initial value must be in quota e.g. „initial value“
  • 6. Access and assign value for an normal plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 6 Create embedded object on “main“ active object Assign and access the variable of active object “plainVarAO“ in startup code of “main“ active object
  • 7. Properties of static plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 7 Change the name of the plain variable Define this plain variable as a static plain variable
  • 8. Access and assign value for an static plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 8 Asign and access the variable of active object “plainVarAO“ in startup code of “main“ active object As Java convension, you will get a warning, if character “p“ of “plainVarAO“ is lower case. Character “P“ must be upper case. As Java convension, you will get a warning, if character “p“ of “plainVarAO“ is lower-case. Character “P“ must be upper-case. “//“ is marked as comment, if you want to see the effect of this line of code, please uncomment it by removing the “//“
  • 9. Properties of constant plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 9 Define this plain variable as a constant plain variable Change the name of the plain variable, as Java convension, all the characters are upper-case
  • 10. Access and assign value for an constant plain variable khoi.tran@simbean.com 10 As a constant plain variable, you can access its value, but you are not able to assign any value to it
  • 11. Create different collection variables khoi.tran@simbean.com 11 Drag & drop all the collection variables and rename them Create an active object called “CollectionVarAO“ and insert the collection variables.
  • 12. Create different collection variables khoi.tran@simbean.com 12 Choose „java.util.LinkedList“ for both variable Element class is “String“ Choose “Static“ for definition of a static collection
  • 13. Access and assign collection variables khoi.tran@simbean.com 13 In each active object there is a collection and value can be added In each active object there is a collection and value can be added Using the for loop for printing out all the values in the collection
  • 14. Access and assign static collection variables khoi.tran@simbean.com 14 For static collection the name of the class is used, that‘s why the first character is upper-case
  • 15. Run the model khoi.tran@simbean.com Click on the run button and choose the simulation 15 1. You can run the model and see the result 2. Try to change or set properties to see some small effects e.g. 1. Add more values to the collection variable. 2. On slide 12, you can try it with different collection classes. 3. You need to restart the model to see the effects
  • 16. Thank You khoi.tran@simbean.com 16 IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION, IDEA, FEEDBACK or FIND ANY MISTAKE, PLEASE SEND ME an EMAIL khoi.tran@simbean.com BECAUSE I WOULD LIKE to IMPROVE this SLIDE CONTINUOUSLY. I APPRECIATE a lot YOUR TIME.

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