|Subject:||Re: Calling an octave function from a BAT file in windows|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Dec 2016 18:35:57 +0100|
This issue has been up for discussion before, but a quick search did not result in very clear directions?!
Many years ago I used Matlab compiler (on Windows) to compile a function '[a,b]=myfunction(varargin)'. The result was here an executable 'myfunction.exe' that I called from the command line (or any batch procedure) like
>> myfunction arg1 arg2 arg3
I am now trying to come up with a BAT file 'myfunction.bat' to do more or less the same thing. Any input would be very much appreciated (here the output is less important than the passing of arguments).
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