Using C# codes in Matlab functions

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Milad Bahaedini
Milad Bahaedini 2022 年 6 月 27 日
回答済み: Rishav 2023 年 9 月 7 日
Hi everyone. I have some complex C# codes and I want to use them as Matlab functions to simulate a model in Simulink. I have searched a lot in Internet but couldn't find a way to implement C# codes in Matlab. Can anyone help?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2022 年 6 月 27 日
You might be able to do something if there is a C compatibility mode like C++ has, but there is no support for calling into C# methods


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Rishav 2023 年 9 月 7 日
Hi Milad,
As of now, there is no support for implementing C# codes in MATLAB.
MATLAB primarily supports its own scripting language, and while it has features for integrating external code and functions, such as MEX functions for C/C++ and .NET assembly integration.
Here are some workarounds you can consider:
  1. C# to .NET Assembly: One way to integrate C# code into MATLAB is by converting your C# code into a .NET assembly (DLL). You can create a .NET assembly from your C# code using Visual Studio or a similar tool. Once you have the assembly, you can use MATLAB's .NET support to load and call functions from the assembly.
Please refer to the below mentioned documentation for the same:
2. MATLAB External Interface: You can create a standalone application in C# that communicates with MATLAB via the MATLAB Engine API for .NET. This way, your C# application can send data to MATLAB, execute MATLAB scripts/functions, and receive results.
Please refer to the below mentioned documentation for the same:


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