Fortran DLL to MATLAB

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JeongHeon on 12 Sep 2014
Commented: JeongHeon on 16 Sep 2014
Is there any method *dll(from fortran) to matlab code conversion?
I have code(*.dll, *.h) and I have used these code in matlab(using by "loadlibrary")
I want to use this code for making other code, but there is some problems.
It works in only MATLAB2009a.
So, I want to know how to convert this code(*.dll or *.h) to matlab code

Answers (1)

Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh
Salaheddin Hosseinzadeh on 12 Sep 2014
Hi JeongHeon,
I don't think if you can convert *.dll file to a *.m file(MATLAB File).
You can convert header files, *.h to *.m files (which is then called a prototype file or protofile), you definitely need to do this if you're planning to create a standalone application, as you can not add a header file to a standalone application.
Creating a prototype file is very straightforward, all details are provided in MATLAB documentation. see blow how to create prototype file, also read how to use it.
That's all you can do.
Good Luck!
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JeongHeon on 16 Sep 2014
Thank you very much!
I will try it.

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