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Build on Windows Operating Systems

To compile and link MAT-file programs, use the mex script with the -client engine option.

This example shows how to build the example matcreat.c. Use this example to verify the build configuration for your system. matcreat is C program that demonstrates how to use the MAT-File API routines to create a MAT-file that you can load into MATLAB®. For more information, see Create MAT-File in C or C++.

To build the example, first copy the source code to a writable folder on your path.

copyfile(fullfile(matlabroot,'extern','examples','eng_mat','matcreat.c'),'.','f')

Use the following command to build it.

mex -client engine matcreat.c

To modify the build instructions for your particular compiler, use the -v -n options to view the current compiler and linker settings. Then, modify the settings using the mex varname=varvalue option.

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