convert Matlb files to DLL files

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itai on 7 Dec 2013
Commented: Walter Roberson on 2 Jan 2017
Hi everyone,
I need to convert MATLAB files that contain algorithms to DLL files, to run them in program at C# language. I choose at C++ 2010 compiler after i download the "" from this website. How can i do this converting ? i don't have a "MATLAB coder" installed in my MATLAB.
Can anyone help me?

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sixwwwwww on 7 Dec 2013
Dear Itai,
Once I was also asked to do that as well and I did in the following way and worked for me quite well. You can find the attached .pdf document for complete procedure from deploying MATLAB m.file into .dll and then using it in C# project. Find the attachment for complete step by step procedure. I hope it will help you alot as well. Good luck!

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 7 Dec 2013
  1. You can convert the code by hand
  2. You can purchase MATLAB Coder (provided you are not using a Student Version license)
  3. You can use MATLAB Compiler together with NET Builder, to create routines that can be called from C#. (I am not positive that this will work). Note that this will not make the MATLAB code into C# code, it will just make something that can be called from C#.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Jan 2017
Note: after the above was written, the various *Builder were bundled together and some functionality was moved from MATLAB Compiler. The product you would use these days would be MATLAB Compiler SDK.

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Mani Ahmadian
Mani Ahmadian on 25 Oct 2014
Dear Walter
Would you please explain how we can convert our m-files by hand? I use NET Builder to convert my functions to dll one, but when I push the package button, it fails! I use MATLAB 2014a and as I checked before I have enough licenses.
Please help me to solve the problem.
Thanks a lot

Murali Dharan
Murali Dharan on 2 Jan 2017
I want to convert some matlab coding as .dll files. is there any way to done this? please help me to do my project.
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Jan 2017
If "project" implies that you are using a Student license, then you would have to use MATLAB Coder (which does not support all parts of MATLAB.) If you were using a Standard license or an Academic license then MATLAB Compile SDK would be the product to use.

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