What is EMA code?

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• [Quoted from the Tool Operations Manual.] “Source code that represents the model currently present in the active tool. Ema code is in text format, allowing you to edit it with an ordinary text editor. For more info about Ema, see the External Model Access chapter of the OPNET External Interfaces Manual. CAUTION: Ema source code files for all models have the same suffix, “.em.c”, regardless of model type. Be sure that the Ema file you create will not overwrite a previously-created file you want to keep.” • [Quoted from the External Interfaces Manual, chapter Ema.] “External model access is an OPNET term that is defined as follows: The technique of accessing a model external to the opnet program (i.e., without using the services provided by the opnet graphical editors). In this context, the definition of accessing a model includes creating it, modifying it, and extracting data from it. [Ema] is supported via a library of C-callable functions, which serves as a programmatic specificatio

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