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- call_scilab API
- Boolean management
- Complex management
- Double management
- String management
- Compile and run with Call Scilab
- 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 2023.1.0. This page might be outdated.
However, this page did not exist in the previous stable version.
Read a single string from Scilab memory using call_scilab. Starting with Scilab 5.2, this function is obsolete. See API_Scilab: String reading for remplacement.
int C2F(creadchain)(char *name, int *itslen, char *myString, unsigned long name_len, unsigned long myString_len);
The name of the future Scilab variable
The length of the future buffer (usually, use bsiz, it skips the need to detect the size of a char). This variable will be altered to contain the actual size of myString
The actual String (char *) which is going to content the content of the Scilab variable name
The length of the variable name(fortran compatibility)
The length of the string (fortran compatibility)
C2F is just a macro which provides to this function the ability to be called from fortran
This help describes how to use the function creadchain.
Using this function will retrieve a variable called name from Scilab memory into a standard C char *.
/* Load the previously set variable A */ // See: modules/call_scilab/examples/basicExamples/readwritestring.c int sizeA = 0; char myStringFromScilab[bsiz]; /* Static char */ int length_myStringFromScilab = bsiz; /* Max size (it is going to be changed by creadchain */ char variableToBeRetrieved="A"; /* We are loading a single string from Scilab */ C2F(creadchain)(variableToBeRetrieved,&length_myStringFromScilab,myStringFromScilab,strlen(variableToBeRetrieved),strlen(myStringFromScilab)); printf("\n"); printf("Display of A (size %d): %s\n", length_myStringFromScilab, myStringFromScilab);
- 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
- API_Scilab: String reading — How to read matrices of strings in a gateway.
- API_Scilab: String writing — How to write matrices of string in a gateway.
- SendScilabJob — Send a Scilab task from a C/C++ code (call_scilab)
- StartScilab — Initializes and starts Scilab engine in Call Scilab
- cwritechain — Write a single string into Scilab memory using call_scilab. Starting with Scilab 5.2, this function is obsolete. See API_Scilab: String writing for remplacement.
- String Management — How to manage Scilab's String read and write process using call_scilab and api_scilab
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