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== Example Flowgraph ==
 
== Example Flowgraph ==
  
This flowgraph shows how a Message Edit Box can send a string. When the string has been processed by the Embedded Python Block, the 'clear input' port sends a null string back to the 'val' port of the Message Edit Box to clear the input field. In the flowgraph, the text is sent through a Throttle to a File Sink, sending the output to the user terminal (/dev/stdout).
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This flowgraph shows how a Message Edit Box can send a string. When the string has been processed by the Embedded Python Block, the 'clear input' port sends a null string back to the 'val' port of the Message Edit Box to clear the input field. In the flowgraph, the text is sent through a Throttle to a Text Sink, which is an OOT module. See [https://github.com/dl1ksv/gr-display gr-display].
  
 
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