Music to my ears message for MATLAB Coder from M script to C++: coder(‘-build’, ‘Algo Trading.prj’) Code generation successful

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Music to my ears message for MATLAB Coder from M script to C++: coder(‘-build’, ‘Algo Trading.prj’) Code generation successful

When using Matlab Coder for code generation from Matlab M script to C++, you want to see this message after the build:

>> l:  View reoirt

This only took a few hours to get to but once you understand, you quickly blaze through the recoding translation pretty quickly

I went through many changes to make this happen!

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