Scilab 6.0.1

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### Low level functions

- AssignOutputVariable — a C gateway function which specifies which parameters created inside the C gateway will be returned as an output argument into Scilab.
- Boolean reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrix of boolean.
- Boolean writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of boolean.
- Boolean sparse reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read boolean sparse in a gateway.
- Boolean sparse writing (Scilab gateway) — How to add boolean sparse matrix in a gateway.
- CallOverloadFunction — a C gateway function uses to call overload function or macro
- Check variable dimensions (Scilab gateway) — A C gateway functions which check dimensions of a variable.
- CheckInputArgument — C function which checks the number of input arguments present in the calling Scilab function.
- CheckOutputArgument — C function which checks the number of output arguments present in the calling Scilab function.
- Variable Reference (Scilab gateway) — How to get the address of an argument or a variable in a gateway.
- Variable dimension (Scilab gateway) — How to get the dimensions of an argument or a variable stored as matrix.
- Variable Type (Scilab gateway) — How to get the type of an argument or a variable within a gateway.
- Variable Complexity (Scilab gateway) — How to get the argument or variable complexity.
- Matrix Type (Scilab gateway) — How to know if an argument or a variable is stored as a matrix.
- deleteNamedVariable — a C gateway function uses to delete a variable from name
- Double reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrices of double in a gateway.
- Double writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of doubles in a gateway.
- getNbInputArgument (Scilab gateway) — A C gateway function which provides the number of input arguments present in the calling Scilab function
- getNbOutputArgument (Scilab gateway) — A C gateway function which provides the number of output arguments present in the calling Scilab function
- Handle reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrix of handle.
- Handle writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of handle.
- Integer Precision (Scilab gateway) — How to get precision of an integer matrix.
- Integer reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrices of integer in a gateway.
- Integer writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of integers in a gateway.
- nbInputArgument (Scilab gateway) — A C gateway function which provides the number of input arguments present in the calling Scilab function
- Pointer reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read pointer in a gateway.
- Pointer writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write pointer in a gateway.
- Polynomial Symbolic Variable (Scilab gateway) — How to get the symbolic variable name.
- Polynomial reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrices of polynomials in a gateway.
- Polynomial writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of polynomials in a gateway.
- ReturnArguments — A C gateway function which returns the various variables.
- Sparse matrix reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read sparse matrices in a gateway.
- Sparse writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write sparse matrix in a gateway.
- String reading (Scilab gateway) — How to read matrices of strings in a gateway.
- String writing (Scilab gateway) — How to write matrices of string in a gateway.
- UpdateStack — A C gateway function which update stack information with your modifications.

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