Binary MEX-files are subroutines produced from C/C++ or Fortran
source code. They behave just like MATLAB® scripts and built-in
functions. While scripts have a platform-independent extension
.m, MATLAB identifies
MEX-files by platform-specific extensions. The following table lists
the platform-specific extensions for MEX-files.
MEX-File Platform-Dependent Extension
|Platform||Binary MEX-File Extension|
Apple Mac (64-bit)
Microsoft® Windows® (32-bit)
You cannot use a binary MEX-file on a platform if you compiled it on a different platform. Recompile the source code on the platform for which you want to use the MEX-file.For information about using MEX S-functions, see your Simulink® documentation.