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Fortran MEX API

Use this library to perform operations in the MATLAB® environment from Fortran MEX files

Use mexFunction in a MEX file like you would subroutine in a Fortran program. To call a MATLAB function, use mexCallMATLAB or mexEvalString. To pass data between the MEX file and the MATLAB workspace, use the mexGet* and mexSet* functions.

mexFunctionEntry point to Fortran MEX function
mexFunctionNameName of current MEX function
mexAtExitRegister function to call when MEX function clears or MATLAB terminates
mexCallMATLABCall MATLAB function, user-defined function, or MEX file
mexCallMATLABWithTrapCall MATLAB function, user-defined function, or MEX file and capture error information
mexEvalStringExecute MATLAB command in caller workspace
mexEvalStringWithTrapExecute MATLAB command in caller workspace and capture error information
mexGetVariableCopy of variable from specified workspace
mexGetVariablePtrRead-only pointer to variable from another workspace
mexPutVariableArray from MEX function into specified workspace
mexPrintfANSI C PRINTF-style output routine
mexErrMsgIdAndTxtDisplay error message with identifier and return to MATLAB prompt
mexWarnMsgIdAndTxtWarning message with identifier
mexIsLockedDetermine if MEX file is locked
mexLockPrevent clearing MEX file from memory
mexUnlockAllow clearing MEX file from memory
mexMakeArrayPersistentMake array persist after MEX file completes
mexMakeMemoryPersistentMake memory allocated by MATLAB persist after MEX function completes

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