How to open the simulink file using command

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i have a simulink file named r.mdl. It is saved in desktop location. How can i open that file using command, in command window.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 13 Nov 2016
open_system() passing in the file name, including directory if it is not in your current directory.
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Michael Bernard
Michael Bernard on 14 Nov 2016
Edited: Michael Bernard on 14 Nov 2016
open_system('name of file') Then press enter.Good luck :)

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Zhe Chen
Zhe Chen on 10 May 2020
you can just type the name of the model file (without the extension name) on the command line. There is no need to use the function 'open_system'.
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Aik-Siong Koh
Aik-Siong Koh on 4 Jan 2021
>> open_system('matlab/test/toolbox/simulink/sampletimes/explicitPartitioning/shared/models/mInvalidPartitionNissanPortNameConflict.slx')
Above works fine. But below doesn't. Please advise. Thanks.
>> matlab/test/toolbox/simulink/sampletimes/explicitPartitioning/shared/models/mInvalidPartitionNissanPortNameConflict
Execution of script matlab as a function is not supported:
/local-ssd/akoh/4544a/matlab/toolbox/matlab/general/matlab.m

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