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- Boolean management
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- String management
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- creadbmat (obsolete)
- creadchain (obsolete)
- creadcmat (obsolete)
- creadmat (obsolete)
- cwritebmat (obsolete)
- cwritechain (obsolete)
- cwritecmat (obsolete)
- cwritemat (obsolete)
Please note that the recommended version of Scilab is 6.1.1. This page might be outdated.
See the recommended documentation of this function
Send Scilab tasks from a C/C++ code (call_scilab)
int SendScilabJobs(char **jobs, int numberjobs);
This fonction is provided in call_scilab. This function send many tasks which will be proccessed by the Scilab engine.
Note that the ending ";" is not mandatory at the end of a command.
an array of standard C char* containing the Scilab instructions
The number of the Scilab instructions
0 is all the operations are successful.
-10 if .
<0 and > -10 when an error occurred in the execution.
// A simple SendScilabJobs example char* jobs; jobs="a = 1"; jobs="b = 3"; jobs="c = a + b;"; SendScilabJobs(jobs,3); SendScilabJob("disp(c);"); // Will display 4.
- Call_Scilab — call_scilab is an interface which provides the ability to call Scilab engine from C/C++ code
- api Scilab — api_scilab is the Scilab interface to read/write data from/to Scilab memory
- SendScilabJob — Send a Scilab task from a C/C++ code (call_scilab)
- Compile and run with call_scilab — How to compile a native application based on or using Scilab
- Double Management — How to manage Scilab's variable read and write process using call_scilab and api_scilab
- Boolean Management — How to manage Scilab's boolean read and write process using call_scilab and api_scilab
- Complex Management — How to manage Scilab's complex variable read and write process using call_scilab
- String Management — How to manage Scilab's String read and write process using call_scilab and api_scilab
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