Is Matlab Builder NE really fast with DotNet and CSharp vs the Production Server?

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Is Matlab Builder NE really fast with DotNet and CSharp vs the Production Server?

Someone from my email newsletter responded so thanks to them:

Re “help out connect DotNet C Sharp to Matlab Production Server?”

 

I have no experience with Matlab Production server and C#, however I have experience with Matlab and C# and can give you another advice:

 

In one of your videos you refer to and demonstrate C# code exported from Matlab with NE Builder as running very slowly

 

In the video I saw your code being executed only once, which means that its execution suffered the performance penalty of the initial loading and initializing the Matlab Compiler Runtime (MCR). If you try more than one iteration of the execution, while the main program remains loaded and running in RAM you will see that the performance of exported C# code is blindingly fast

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