Use the mex command to build C++ S-functions exactly the way you use it to build C S-functions. For
example, to build the C++ version of the sfun_counter_cpp.cpp file,
at the MATLAB® command prompt.
The extension of the source file for a C++ S-function must be
.cpp to ensure that the compiler treats the contents of the
file as C++ code.
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