## Run Windows Engine Application

This example shows how to run the C example, `engwindemo.c`, from the Windows® system prompt. Make note of the value of `matlabroot` (the folder where MATLAB® is installed) and the value returned by the MATLAB `computer('arch')` command.

Set the run-time library path by modifying the system `PATH` variable.

`set PATH=matlabroot\bin\arch;%PATH%`

Make sure that you include the `;` path terminator character.

Run the example. The `engwindemo` application must be on your system path.

`engwindemo`

MATLAB starts and displays the results.

To close the application, click in the MATLAB `whos` window.