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How to get source code and object code in MATLAB. Have tried a lot unable to generate the object and source code...

Asked by Avinav Kumar on 13 Oct 2019
Latest activity Answered by Steven Lord
on 16 Oct 2019 at 13:30
I need to get the Object and Source code in MATLAB. I have tried a lot to generate the same but unable to go about the same. Please guide.

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Is there any other way as i dont have MATLAB compiler product.
Yes, if you have MATLAB Coder product instead, and your program fits within the restrictions of MATLAB Coder, then you can use MATLAB Coder to generate C or C++ code that could then be compiled into an executable. MATLAB Coder is available to Students (but not to Home license).
Note: in some cases, it can end up being a fair bit of work to get something to work with MATLAB Coder; in other cases it is easy.
"I have been asked to submit object and source code for a program (software developed) written in MATLAB."
Then whomever made the request should be asked to provide the toolset required for the task.

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Answer by Shivam Prasad on 16 Oct 2019 at 11:13
Edited by Shivam Prasad on 16 Oct 2019 at 11:13

Hi Avinav,
I understand that by source code you mean the .m file which you write in your MATLAB editor. It is created by you.
Refer to this link regarding locating your MATLAB files and functions:- https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/which.html
Refer to these links regarding compilation and generation of binaries of MATLAB files:-

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Answer by Steven Lord
on 16 Oct 2019 at 13:30

I have been asked to submit object and source code for a program (software developed) written in MATLAB.
If this is for a homework or other school assignment, you should probably ask the person who gave you that assignment to clarify what exactly they want you to turn in. I could see if they expected students to implement the assignment in a compiled language like C or C++ they might ask for object and source code (both the executable and the source code you used to generate it.) But that distinction doesn't really apply for MATLAB code. In that case, submitting the MATLAB code may be sufficient -- or the person who assigned you this task may tell you they want you to implement it in C or C++.

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