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Number of threads, methods, signals etc. in the simulation.

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I was wondering whether it is possible to query (via some systemc function call(s)) the number of threads, methods, signals etc. that are present in the systemc simulation from within the simulation itself?

We would like to display this in a GUI.

Thanks for any replies!

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Yes, this is possible in a standardized way since IEEE 1666-2005, via the hierarchy traversal functions, since all of these objects are elements of the SystemC object hierarchy. See "Here's Exactly What You Can Do with the SystemC 2005 Standard" from John Aynsley (Doulos) in the section "The object in question" for some examples.

Greetings from Oldenburg,

Philipp

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