Big news! Microsoft Visual Studio .NET C# application example that can read a Matlab Simulink code generated from C++ DLL

(Last Updated On: January 23, 2013)

Big news! Microsoft Visual Studio .NET C# application example that can read a Matlab Simulink code generated from C++ DLL

I am working on building my HFT custom platform with the creation of my Matlab Simulink code generated C++ DLL, with a C# testing client. This is development it looks like. I say this as I have found a series of links that help me to develop this. This source includes the schematic of code generated C++, covers threading, and most of all how to integrate into a .NET application with a testing client. It works too. With this discovery, I have saved myself potentially in thousands of developer costs as well as extra weeks of potential nonsense research.

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