This example shows
how to convert a Fixed-Point Converter app project to a MATLAB® script.
You can use the
-tocode option of the
to create a script for fixed-point conversion. You can use the script
to repeat the project workflow in a command-line workflow. Before
you convert the project to a script, you must complete the Test step
of the fixed-point conversion process.
This example uses the following files:
Test bench file
Generated fixed-point MATLAB file
To obtain these files, complete the example Propose Data Types Based on Simulation Ranges, including the Test step.
Change to the folder that contains the project file
to convert the project to a script. Use the
to specify the file name for the script.
fixedPointConverter -tocode ex_2ndOrder_filter -script ex_2ndOrder_filter_script.m
fixedPointConverter command generates
a script in the current folder.
the MATLAB commands to:
Create a floating-point to fixed-point conversion configuration object that has the same fixed-point conversion settings as the project.
fiaccel command to convert the MATLAB function
the fixed-point MATLAB function
overwrites existing files that have the same name as the generated
script. If you omit the
-script option, the
returns the script in the Command Window.
If you want to regenerate the fixed-point function, use the generated script.
Make sure that the current folder contains the entry-point
ex_2ndOrder_filter.m and the test bench
Run the script.
The script generates
in the base workspace.