Polybench® for biosignals / reference 1.34.1
Tool that helps the user to select an address for a specific Action.

Address Constructor


This is a helper tool that you will find everywhere where you should specify an Address. This tool helps to find the address of an object, a function or a variable, depending on the actual Action setting.

Open from the '...' button for an Address item in the "Properties Viewer".
See also: ""Tool windows in the designer""

Usage hints:

- A right mouse click on an item in the list shows the value if available
- A double mouse click on an item unselects items in the columns to the right
- to manually add an address, type $$, click in the middle of them and then select an address from the lists

User Interface

1. Open Help
Opens the help page for this dialog.

2. Object location selector
Lists the pages or sections on which an object is located.

3. Object selector
Lists all objects on the selected page.

4. Variable or Function selector
Depending on the specified Action (which is displayed in the header of the dialog) this list shows available variables or functions of the selected object. Click right on a variable to show its current value.

5. List item selector
If in the Variable or Function selector a list is selected, then the items in the list are shown here.

6. OK
Accepts the changes and closes the dialog.

7. Cancel
Rejects the changes made to the address text and closes the dialog.


It depends on the Action setting which addresses can be used. For most objects that let you specify an Address (Address property), you can also specify the Action and an optional Value.

If an address has already been specified, it is shown in the large text box. Click once on it to select it (there may be more addresses in the text). After selecting it, the selector columns are filled with all availabe address items. The address parts of the selected address are highlighted.

In the text box at the bottom, addresses (and other text, if allowed for the action) can also be typed by hand. The address colors green if it is recognized; it colors red if the address is unknown.

To see the value of a variable for the SET_PARAMETER action, click right in either both right lists (lists of variable parameter names and list items).