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Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

(OP)
Hello people,
Just a simple question, how difficult is it to translate MATLAB code to C code?
Thank you very much for your help,
Eduardo

RE: Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

(OP)
Do not believe there is such a compiler, but Simulink might have some capabilities which I do not know. If anyone could clarify it would be greatful!
Thank you,
Eduardo

RE: Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

(OP)
Thank you very much IRstuff. I will have a look at it! The point is that I am absolutely new to MATLAB, and really didn't know where to start from.
Eduardo

RE: Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

just rewrite the code to C smile

peace
Fe

RE: Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

(OP)
Thank you for your help folks,
Eduardo

RE: Rewritting MATLAB code to C code

The Matlab "compiler" is a myth.  In the olden days, rubbish loopy Matlab code could be made to run faster by converting it into a MEX file and compiling it: the original Matlab "compiler".  This product has since morphed into a mere deployment tool.  It allows Matlab routines to run sans licence, so long as you don't mind the hefty baggage that's required.  m-files run more slowly after being "compiled" now.

For quick Matlab-ish code, write some C++ Matrix classes and pass off data to lapack/blas.

- Steve

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