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Phat Pumchawsaun
Phat Pumchawsaun 2018 年 1 月 10 日
回答済み: Harish Ramachandran 2018 年 1 月 17 日
Hi,
I have a compiler needed to run on MATLAB environment with command prompt of Linux system and I write the code as following;
cmdstr = sprintf('filecompiler')
eval(cmdstr)
However, the is an error as below;
/bin/bash: filecompiler: command not found
I don't know what is it or is it related to location of bash file? Also, my compliler is in the location of /home/nameuser/Desktop and I have set the location of symbolic links in /usr/local/bin/
Thanks Phat
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Jan
Jan 2018 年 1 月 10 日
The question is not clear yet.
cmdstr = sprintf('filecompiler')
is the same as
cmdstr = 'filecompiler'
Using this as input to eval tries to access this string as a variable or function. It is not clear why this could cause the posted error, because "/bin/bash" is out of reach when using these commands. Do you mean
system('filecompiler')
? If so, what does "compiler needed to run on MATLAB environment" exactly mean?
What about:
system('/home/nameuser/Desktop/filecompiler')
?

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Harish Ramachandran
Harish Ramachandran 2018 年 1 月 17 日
As Jan suggested, I would suggest you to use the system command which executes operating system command and return output. Thank you Jan Simon!
system('path/filecompiler');

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