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How to call MATlab user defined function in Visual studio 2015 C++ in main code?

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  • FYI, I am new to this. I have main source code in VC++ and some of the work is done in MATlab as function. I don't want to write whole matlab function in c++ but rather call it in VC++. Is there any easy way to do that?

    Please help me in this matter.

    kind regards

    Monday, December 12, 2016 1:20 AM

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  • Hi Z.Nizamani,

    According to your description, I have searched two similar threads about your issue, please refer to them and may be helpful for you:

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6429243/how-to-call-matlab-functions-from-c

    http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16258815/call-a-matlab-code-from-visual-studio-c

    If your question has not been resolved from above threads, I suggest you had better post your issue to the following forum:

    https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/index/?s_tid=gn_mlc_an

    But as far as I know, Matlab language is c-like language, if you could understand the program, I think we could translate the code to C++ project. Serval years before, I mainly study simple machine learning and chaotic environment, I have found that when the program has been translated to the C++ codes, the speed of program execution has been increased.

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    Sincerely,

    Oscar


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