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== Step 4: Flesh out the XML file ==
 
== Step 4: Flesh out the XML file ==
  
In GNU Radio 3.7 the .xml provides the user interface between the OOT module displayed in the GRC and the source code. For GNU Radio 3.8 and newer, see the next section which describes the YAML format. Moreover, the XML file defines an interface to pass the parameters specific for the module. Hence, to access the module inside GRC, it is important to modify the .xml files manually. The XML file for our block is named as <code>demod_my_qpsk_demod_cb.xml</code> inside the <code>grc/</code> folder. Presently, the <code>gr_modtool</code>'s version looks like:
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The .xml provides the user interface between the OOT module displayed in the GRC and the source code. Moreover, the XML file defines an interface to pass the parameters specific for the module. Hence, to access the module inside GRC, it is important to modify the .xml files manually. The XML file for our block is named as <code>demod_my_qpsk_demod_cb.xml</code> inside the <code>grc/</code> folder. Presently, the <code>gr_modtool</code>'s version looks like:
  
 
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