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## Re: matlab to c++

**From**: |
Matthias Klingel |

**Subject**: |
Re: matlab to c++ |

**Date**: |
Fri, 21 Jan 2000 10:23:09 +0100 |

Neculai Archip wrote:
>* I want to ask you, if*
>* 1. we can convert a Matlab file to c++*
>* and/or*
>* 2. we can compile and to get a ".exe" file from a MatLab file*
>* *
Hi,
perhaps Scilab is in your case a better solution than octave (even if,
in general, the opposite is true), as it has a converter Matlab/Scilab
code (but not C++ !!) and it is also able to produce something like
precompiled code which is faster than 'raw' code. See
http://www-rocq.inria.fr/scilab/
Ciao, Matthias
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