.m files to be run by a computer without matlab or octave
philip at plgoh.com
Wed Sep 6 09:28:53 CDT 2006
On 6 Sep 2006, at 13:12, Anders Lofterød wrote:
> Have a program written with matlab codes... The program is meant to
> be run on other computers without these programs (perhaps dos). How
> can this be done?
> best regards...
> Anders Lofterød
Try running your existing Matlab code under Octave. That's what I've
started to do as I need to run my code on machines that do not have
Matlab, but do have Octave. Seeing as Octave runs on pretty much any
Unix system (and Windows) and is almost totally compatible with
Matlab, this is probably the best bet of running Matlab programs on
computers without Matlab.
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