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Can MATLAB code in an M-file successfully call slCharacterEncoding() without a Simulink license?

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Michael Aramini
Michael Aramini on 20 Aug 2020
Answered: Fangjun Jiang on 20 Aug 2020
Can MATLAB code in an M-file successfully call
slCharacterEncoding()
or
get_param(0, 'CharacterEncoding')
to query the current locale's character encoding without needing a license which includes Simulink?
(I work at a place with a TEH site license which includes Simulink, so its not easy for me empirically determine this as I don't have access to a MATLAB license which doesn't include Simulink. However the MATLAB code I develop may be technology transfered to others who might not have a Simulink license, and it would be frivolous reason for them to have to purchase a SImulink license merely to enable my code to determine the current locale's character encoding.)

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 20 Aug 2020
Seems Yes.
>> license inuse
matlab
>> slCharacterEncoding()
ans =
'windows-1252'
>> license inuse
matlab

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