How to have DotNET CSharp client call Matlab script

(Last Updated On: October 8, 2015)
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How to have DotNET CSharp client call Matlab script

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C# Source code:

//add MLApp.dll with
//or use
//1. Open a windows command prompt as administrator
//2. Navigate to your Matlab installation directory\bin
//3. matlab.exe /register
//4. In the matlab command windows enter: !matlab -regserver
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace CSharpCallMatlab
class Program
static void Main(string[] args)

// Create the MATLAB instance
MLApp.MLApp matlab = new MLApp.MLApp();

// Change to the directory where the function is located
matlab.Execute(@”cd C:\Users\Bryan\Documents\MATLAB\csharp”);

// Define the output
object result = null;

// Call the MATLAB function myfunc
matlab.Feval(“myfunc”, 2, out result, 3.14, 42.0, “world”);

// Display result
object[] res = result as object[];


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