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myDeployedModule.terminate

Close a package

Syntax

myDeployedModule.terminate()

Description

myDeployedModule.terminate() closes a package consisting of one or more deployed MATLAB® functions. myDeployedModule.terminate() can be called on a package handle, after which no functions can be called on the handle.

If you exit from a script or session, myDeployedModule.terminate() is called automatically. Hence, calling it explicitly is optional, but a good idea because it frees resources at that point. Alternatively, you can use quit() or exit().

Examples

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This example shows how to create a handle to a package named myDeployedModule, and close the handle after calling a deployed MATLAB function.

import myDeployedModule

myobj = myDeployedModule.initialize()

print(myobj.makesqr(3))

myobj.terminate()