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* The '''callback''' tag registers a set-method from your custom block. Once the set-method is registered, the set-method can be called at runtime when a variable is changed. There can be any number of '''callback''' tags, one for each set-method of your block. Or no '''callback''' tags if this is not applicable. Β 
* The '''callback''' tag registers a set-method from your custom block. Once the set-method is registered, the set-method can be called at runtime when a variable is changed. There can be any number of '''callback''' tags, one for each set-method of your block. Or no '''callback''' tags if this is not applicable. Β 
* For the '''param''' tags, the commonly used values for the '''type''' tags are: complex, real, int, complex_vector, real_vector, int_vector, string, and raw. The ''raw'' type allows any value to be used without performing type checking. The ''real'' type should be used for single and double precision floating point numbers. The ''int'' type should be used for longs, ints, shorts, and chars.
* For the '''param''' tags, the commonly used values for the '''type''' tags are: complex, real, int, complex_vector, real_vector, int_vector, string, and raw. The ''raw'' type allows any value to be used without performing type checking. The ''real'' type should be used for single and double precision floating point numbers. The ''int'' type should be used for longs, ints, shorts, and chars.
* The '''hide''' tag controls how the parameter is displayed in GRC. It's either none, part (show in the prop dialog, not in the block on the canvas) or all.
* The hide tag controls how the parameter is displayed in GRC. It's either none, part (show in the prop dialog, not in the block on the canvas) or all.
* The '''sink''' tag represents an input port, and the '''source''' tag represents an output port. The allowed values for the '''type''' tags are: complex, float, int, short, and byte. For ports with a vector length, specify a '''vlen''' tag after the '''type''' tag.
* The '''sink''' tag represents an input port, and the '''source''' tag represents an output port. The allowed values for the '''type''' tags are: complex, float, int, short, and byte. For ports with a vector length, specify a '''vlen''' tag after the '''type''' tag.
* In case you want to create a block definition as done for the FECAPI, the '''key''' tag has to start with '''variable_''' in order to work correctly in GRC.
* In case you want to create a block definition as done for the FECAPI, the '''key''' tag has to start with '''variable_''' in order to work correctly in GRC.

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