Like the other tools and commands, Matlab® provides a very useful command to re-write the statement in Matlab® programming language in C programming language. The command that does it is called ‘ccode()’.
Here we explain how to use the ‘ccode()’ command in Matlab® to re-write a Matlab® code in the C programming language, with a very basic example below.
>> syms x t = 1+x; ccode(taylor(t)) ans = ' t0 = x+1.0;' >>
As you see in the example above, the use of the ‘ccode()’ command is very simple. You can try these codes in your software also.
First of all, we created a symbolic variable ‘x’ with the ‘syms’ command. Then we created a mathematical expression with this variable. We calculated the Taylor transform of this mathematical expression and we want to see the C programming equivalent of it. In this way, we just typed the expression inside the ‘ccode()’ command. And you can see the result in the command window.
As you see above, the use of the ‘ccode()’ command is very simple to see the C programming equivalents of the Matlab® codes.
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