Source code for RsAreg800.Implementations.Source.AreGenerator.Osetup.MultiInstrument.Remove.Execute

from .......Internal.Core import Core
from .......Internal.CommandsGroup import CommandsGroup


# noinspection PyPep8Naming,PyAttributeOutsideInit,SpellCheckingInspection
[docs] class ExecuteCls: """Execute commands group definition. 1 total commands, 0 Subgroups, 1 group commands""" def __init__(self, core: Core, parent): self._core = core self._cmd_group = CommandsGroup("execute", core, parent)
[docs] def set(self) -> None: """SCPI: [SOURce<HW>]:AREGenerator:OSETup:MULTiinstrument:REMove:EXECute \n Snippet: driver.source.areGenerator.osetup.multiInstrument.remove.execute.set() \n No command help available \n """ self._core.io.write(f'SOURce<HwInstance>:AREGenerator:OSETup:MULTiinstrument:REMove:EXECute')
[docs] def set_with_opc(self, opc_timeout_ms: int = -1) -> None: """SCPI: [SOURce<HW>]:AREGenerator:OSETup:MULTiinstrument:REMove:EXECute \n Snippet: driver.source.areGenerator.osetup.multiInstrument.remove.execute.set_with_opc() \n No command help available \n Same as set, but waits for the operation to complete before continuing further. Use the RsAreg800.utilities.opc_timeout_set() to set the timeout value. \n :param opc_timeout_ms: Maximum time to wait in milliseconds, valid only for this call.""" self._core.io.write_with_opc(f'SOURce<HwInstance>:AREGenerator:OSETup:MULTiinstrument:REMove:EXECute', opc_timeout_ms)