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How can I convert a matlab code to C?

Asked by Ijeoma Madu on 30 Jan 2013

I want to convert this to C code

function [c]= add(a,b)

c=a+b

How is the compiler used to convert this to C, i am new to this. I do not have a Matlab coder.

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Shashank Prasanna on 30 Jan 2013

If you don't have MATLAB Coder, you will have to write it yourself. There is no other way to automatically generate C code out of MATLAB code.

Ijeoma Madu

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Answer by Walter Roberson on 30 Jan 2013
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MATLAB Coder is the only product for converting MATLAB to C.

MATLAB Compiler (a different product) does not convert to C: it converts to internal data structures that are interpreted by a MATLAB engine.

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Ijeoma Madu on 31 Jan 2013

Thanks. I guess i would get a coder. But how is the compiler used, i would like to see its benefits. I have never used it before

Walter Roberson

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