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Re: [tlaplus] Defining 3 successive states
An action describes how the current state relates to the next. You could
add a variable status and use it to remember what you were about to do:
Init == status = "read"
Next == \/ status = "read" /\ status' = "process"
\/ status = "process" /\ status' = "write"
I am using strings to represent the different states because different
strings are always different (for arbitrary constants a,b I would need
to add an axiom a /= b ). The relation above doesn't do anything beyond
changing the status yet - anything more would go as an additional
conjunct for the status it is intended for.
hope this helps,
On 3/24/19 5:58 AM, Imran Meah wrote:
> I know we can define 2 state states machine (say states A and B) by using Next operator. My question is how do I define 3 or more states.
> For example, read, process, write and I want the state to transition like this
> read -> process -> write
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