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Wrapper objects and Matlab

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Jason
Jason on 10 Nov 2020
Commented: Jason on 10 Nov 2020
Hello. I am using matlab to control a spectrometer. The spectrometer uses a Wrapper object - described as below
"Before you can control your spectrometer, you must create an instance of the Wrapper object. This is your gateway into all of the capabilities of the spectrometer."
Example of initiating the wrapper object
wrapper = com.oceanoptics.omnidriver.api.wrapper.Wrapper()
wrapper.openAllSpectrometers();
wrapper.setTimeout(0, 3000); % 0 is the spectrometer index, 3000 is timeout in ms
My questions are:
1: Is there a way to view all the functions that in the wrapper object?
2: Whats the best way to clean up at the end (because according to the manual - "Your application must create only ONE instance of the wrapper object")
there is a function that I use:
wrapper.closeAllSpectrometers();
But whats the best way to remove all associated with the wrapper
This is an example of the created wrapper object:
wrapper =
com.oceanoptics.omnidriver.api.wrapper.Wrapper@6d099323

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Nov 2020
com.oceanoptics.omnidriver.api.wrapper.Wrapper@6d099323
The format tells us that is a Java object instance. You can see the functions for it by asking
methodsview(wrapper)

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Jason
Jason on 10 Nov 2020
OK, I think I've sorted it.
['Serial Number=',char(SerialNumber)]
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 10 Nov 2020
"Serial Number=' + string(SerialNumber)
Jason
Jason on 10 Nov 2020
Thankyou

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