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Coder - Create constant for specifying array size

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amin ya
amin ya 2019 年 3 月 15 日
編集済み: amin ya 2019 年 3 月 16 日
How can I create a constant variable in MATLAB (and its results the generated C code), so I can use it later in my code to specify the size of variables.
In C, we usually do this:
const int arraySize = 5;
int array[arraySize];
When I write the following in the MATLAB, coder just repalces arraySize with the actual number which is 5:
arraySize=5;
array=zeros(1,arraySize); % zeros is just used for specifying size
(This array size may be repeated throughout the different functions and code many times, so global probably may be related to this)
I want to use static memory allocation as long as it is possible.

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang 2019 年 3 月 15 日
Please refer to the document
Code Generation for Variable-Size Arrays
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Control Memory Allocation for Variable-Size Arrays in a MATLAB FunctionBlock
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amin ya
amin ya 2019 年 3 月 16 日
This is not useful.
I want to have an array that its size is not hardcoded via number all over the code. This may be related to constant folding which I can not disable!
I want to specify the size at the beginning of the code like how we do in C code using one of the followings:
constant int arraySize=5
or
#define arraysize 5
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For example the generated code for my This example, where a is defined as a global constant int8(5),
function A=coder()
global a
A=zeros(a,a);
end
is this, which you see 5 is used in the code instead of being defined in the beginning
#include <string.h>
#include "coder.h"
void coder(double A[5][5])
{
memset(&A[0][0], 0, sizeof(double) << 16);
}
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I tried using the following but it does not allow me to use a in MATLAB calculations:
a=coder.opaque('const int16','5');
A=zeros(a,a);

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