S-function in C++
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iba on 10 May 2019
I have a MexFunction in C++ which I want to call from a Simulink S-function. It builds fine when typing mex functionname.cpp, and can be called from MATLAB with commands like functionname('updatenetwork') (the function has different "methods" within it, where updatenetwork is an example of one)
How can I call this function from an S-function? The S-function also needs to be in C/C++ as I need to build the model. Have been trying to figure this out using the S-function builder block and the wrapper function, without success.
Thanks in advance!