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How to change code from C to matlab script?

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Iqbal Taufik Irfanda
Iqbal Taufik Irfanda le 4 Juin 2020
Modifié(e) : James Tursa le 8 Juin 2020
My code c is like this, how to change into matlab script?
float DNLRX (void)
{
float uf,x,r1,r2,r3,r4,r5,r6,s1,s2,s3,s4,s5,s6,s7;
float k1,k2,k3,k4,k5,k6,k7,z1,z2,z3,z4,z5,z6,z7,l1,l2,l3,l4,l5,l6,l7;
float B=0.0026;
r1=6.4527;r2=-4.6055;r3=-1.84030;r4=-1.8386;r5=-4.5868;r6=6.4215;
s1=1.0439;s2=14.3983;s3=0.0001;s4=-0.1792;s5=-14.3811;s6=-0.8453;s7=0.0018;
k1=SIGN(a-b+d1);
z1=abs(a-b+d1);
l1=Min(z1,0.0708);
d1=k1*l1;
k2=SIGN(a-b+d2);
z2=abs(a-b+d2);
l2=Min(z2,0.0737);
d2=k2*l2;
k3=SIGN(a-b+d3);
z3=abs(a-b+d3);
l3=Min(z3,54.1993);
d3=k3*l3;
k4=SIGN(a-b+d4);
z4=abs(a-b+d4);
l4=Min(z4,0.0353);
d4=k4*l4;
k5=SIGN(a-b+d5);
z5=abs(a-b+d5);
l5=Min(z5,0.0734);
d5=k5*l5;
k6=SIGN(a-b+d6);
z6=abs(a-b+d6);
l6=Min(z6,0.0779);
d6=k6*l6;
k7=SIGN(a-b+d7);
z7=abs(a-b+d7);
l7=Min(z7,1.0964);
d7=k7*l7;
x=s1*d1+s2*d2+s3*d3+s4*d4+s5*d5+s6*d6+s7*d7; //theta*delta
uf=r1*a+r2*b+r3*c+r4*d+r5*e+r6*f+x+B; //maxwell equation
f=e;
e=d;
d=c;
c=b;
b=a;
a=z; //z=new_postion
return uf;
}

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James Tursa
James Tursa le 8 Juin 2020
Modifié(e) : James Tursa le 8 Juin 2020
This is just straightforward arithmetic, so the conversion is pretty simple. I would forget about using single precision floats though unless you are trying to match a specific precision calculation. Just use doubles.
However, it appears that some of the inputs are top level variables that are not coming into the function via the argument list which is void. So you will have to figure out what those variables are and put them into the input argument list. And it appears that these top level variables are also outputs of the function, so they will need to be in the output argument list as well. E.g.,
E.g.,
% Put this in a file called DNLRX.m
function [uf,a,b,d1,...etc] = DNLRX(a,b,d1,...etc) % you fill this in for all the I/O variables
SIGN = @sign;
Min = @min;
B=0.0026;
r1=6.4527;r2=-4.6055;r3=-1.84030;r4=-1.8386;r5=-4.5868;r6=6.4215;
s1=1.0439;s2=14.3983;s3=0.0001;s4=-0.1792;s5=-14.3811;s6=-0.8453;s7=0.0018;
k1=SIGN(a-b+d1);
z1=abs(a-b+d1);
l1=Min(z1,0.0708);
d1=k1*l1;
k2=SIGN(a-b+d2);
z2=abs(a-b+d2);
l2=Min(z2,0.0737);
d2=k2*l2;
k3=SIGN(a-b+d3);
z3=abs(a-b+d3);
l3=Min(z3,54.1993);
d3=k3*l3;
k4=SIGN(a-b+d4);
z4=abs(a-b+d4);
l4=Min(z4,0.0353);
d4=k4*l4;
k5=SIGN(a-b+d5);
z5=abs(a-b+d5);
l5=Min(z5,0.0734);
d5=k5*l5;
k6=SIGN(a-b+d6);
z6=abs(a-b+d6);
l6=Min(z6,0.0779);
d6=k6*l6;
k7=SIGN(a-b+d7);
z7=abs(a-b+d7);
l7=Min(z7,1.0964);
d7=k7*l7;
x=s1*d1+s2*d2+s3*d3+s4*d4+s5*d5+s6*d6+s7*d7; //theta*delta
uf=r1*a+r2*b+r3*c+r4*d+r5*e+r6*f+x+B; //maxwell equation
f=e;
e=d;
d=c;
c=b;
b=a;
a=z; //z=new_postion
end

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Abhisek Pradhan
Abhisek Pradhan le 8 Juin 2020
There is no direct way of converting C code to MATLAB Script as of now. But you can use MEX Files to run C Code in MATLAB Environment. Refer the following link:

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