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Topic: Passing Variables to standalone compiled matlab function
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Re: Passing Variables to standalone compiled matlab function
Posted: Nov 30, 2010 10:27 AM
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I have found the cause for the error. If you enter:

filename.exe 1 "c:\data\dbase\"

the last \ dispappears, so I tried :

filename.exe 1 "c:\data\dbase\\"

and that works!


"ladidalimey" <ladidalimey@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Hi,
> I have a matlab function that I have compiled into a standalone executable
> in windows.
> As a matlab function, the to inputs are 1 and directory information
> 'c:\data\dbase\', and I would use:
> functionname(1,'c:\data\dbase\');
> when I call the function from a DOS shell I have tried:
> filename.exe 1 'c:\data\dbase\'
> but I get an error for too many input arguments.
> I have tried filename.exe 1 ['c:\data\dbase\']
> with the same result.
> Please help.
> Thanks
> L.

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