|Subject:||Re: Compile an Octave script to c or c++/ Embed Octave functions in a c (or c++) code|
|Date:||Mon, 25 Aug 2014 17:55:31 +0100|
On 25 Aug 2014, at 13:46, JokerOne wrote:
Mathematica has a good way of saving a function as C++ or Fortran. That's probably where you got the idea from. Matlab does not do this, and nor does Octave as far as I know.
Not directly, as far as I know. I have a C++ imaging program where I can do processing in Octave, but I have made my program take files from Matlab, and not the other way around. I wanted to process images in the various motion picture formats, I got my program to read them, and then send them to Octave, and then send the results back the other way. You might be able to do do this.
If you tell us what you want to do, then this might help.
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