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The Flagman......................................................................................................... 294
Flagmen and Operations....................................................................................... 296
Flagmen and Conditions....................................................................................... 296
Example: Detecting Train Direction .................................................................... 296
Example: Detecting uncoupled Cars .................................................................... 298
Example: Simple Track Occupancy Detection..................................................... 299
14.6
Counter ......................................................................................................... 300
14.7
Prototypical Signaling ................................................................................. 301
Evaluating the state of distant Signals .................................................................. 302
14.8
Macros .......................................................................................................... 303
Example: Automatic Engine Whistle ................................................................... 303
Macros vs. Lists of Operations............................................................................. 304
14.9
Extended Route Operation.......................................................................... 305
Route Symbols in the Switchboard ...................................................................... 305
Manual Routes vs. Automatic Routes .................................................................. 305
Recording of Routes............................................................................................. 306
Signals in Routes and Protection of Routes.......................................................... 307
Operation of Routes with Start and Destination Keys .......................................... 307
14.10 External Control Panels .............................................................................. 308
14.11 Decommissioning of Objects........................................................................ 309
14.12 Turnout Position Control ............................................................................ 310
Error Processing................................................................................................... 312
Limits of Turnout Position Control ...................................................................... 312
14.13 Extended Accessories, Cranes and Functional Models............................. 313
Use of extended Accessories................................................................................ 313
Creation of extended Accessories ........................................................................ 314
Arranging the look of an extended Accessory...................................................... 315
Operations ............................................................................................................ 315
Triggers ................................................................................................................ 317
Conditions ............................................................................................................ 317
Use in Operations, Triggers and Conditions ........................................................ 318
Using Extended Accessories in Engine Functions................................................ 318
Extended Accessories and Variables.................................................................... 319
14.14 Variables ....................................................................................................... 320
General................................................................................................................. 320
Type of Variables................................................................................................. 321
Context Objects of Variables ............................................................................... 322
Operations for Access to Variables ...................................................................... 324
Use of Variables in Operations ............................................................................ 326
Evaluation of Variables in Triggers and Conditions ............................................ 326
Variable Wildcards .............................................................................................. 326
Scope.................................................................................................................... 328
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