= MLClose() ends the MATLAB® process, deletes all variables from the MATLAB workspace, and tells the Microsoft®
Excel® software that the MATLAB software is no longer running. Use this syntax when working directly
in a worksheet.
MLClose ends the MATLAB process, deletes all variables from the MATLAB workspace, and tells the Microsoft
Excel software that the MATLAB software is no longer running. Use this syntax in a VBA
lets you catch errors when
out = MLClose()
MLClose in a VBA macro. If
out is a string containing error code. Otherwise,
End the MATLAB Session
End the MATLAB session from a worksheet:
out — Success indicator
0 | string scalar
0 if the command succeeded. Otherwise, a string containing error
If you use
MLClosewhen no MATLAB process is running, nothing happens.
To work with VBA code in Excel with Spreadsheet Link™, you must enable Spreadsheet Link as a reference in the Microsoft Visual Basic® Editor. For details, see Installation.
Introduced before R2006a