Connection rules

When you wire blocks together, the following rules are in effect:

      Wires can only be drawn between an input and output connector pair. The triangular shape of the connector lets you easily distinguish inputs from outputs.

      Input connectors can only have one wire attached to them; output connectors can have any number of wires attached to them. Embed provides several ways to add and remove connectors.

      If you draw multiple wires between two blocks, Embed automatically skews them.

A simulation can fail due to incomplete or improperly wired blocks.