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I'm using the matlab coder toolbox to convert a function to MEX.  The function uses FFT and though it compiles, it complains at run time that the FFT length must be a power of two.  Is this really true?  Does the coder change from the highly flexible matlab FFT to some sort of stripped down thing when converting to C code?