builds a modelica model by generating c code and build it.
 It does not run the code!
 The only required argument is the className, while all others have some default values.
 simulate(className, [startTime], [stopTime], [numberOfIntervals], [tolerance], [method], [fileNamePrefix], [options], [outputFormat], [variableFilter], [cflags], [simflags])
 Example command:


function buildModel
  input TypeName className "the class that should be built";
  input Real startTime = "<default>" "the start time of the simulation. <default> = 0.0";
  input Real stopTime = 1.0 "the stop time of the simulation. <default> = 1.0";
  input Integer numberOfIntervals = 500 "number of intervals in the result file. <default> = 500";
  input Real tolerance = 1e-6 "tolerance used by the integration method. <default> = 1e-6";
  input String method = "<default>" "integration method used for simulation. <default> = dassl";
  input String fileNamePrefix = "<default>" "fileNamePrefix. <default> = \"\"";
  input String options = "<default>" "options. <default> = \"\"";
  input String outputFormat = "mat" "Format for the result file. <default> = \"mat\"";
  input String variableFilter = ".*" "Only variables fully matching the regexp are stored in the result file. <default> = \".*\"";
  input String cflags = "<default>" "cflags. <default> = \"\"";
  input String simflags = "<default>" "simflags. <default> = \"\"";
  output String[2] buildModelResults;
end buildModel;

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