Call C++ Functions from Published MATLAB Interface

To call a function in a C++ library, use the MATLAB® clib package

If you have a published MATLAB interface to a C++ shared library, then you can use these classes and functions directly in MATLAB, passing data back and forth between MATLAB and C++.

Functions

clibIsNullDetermine if C++ object is null
clibIsReadOnlyDetermine if C++ object is read-only
clibReleaseRelease C++ object from MATLAB
underlyingValueUnderlying numeric value for C++ enumeration object created in MATLAB

Topics

Call Functions in C++ Shared Library

To call a function in the library, use the MATLAB clib package.

Call Functions in Windows Interface to C++ Shared Library

How to call functions in a Windows® interface to the matrixOperations C++ shared library example.

Call Functions in Linux Interface to C++ Shared Library

How to call functions in a Linux® interface to the matrixOperations C++ shared library example.

Display Help for MATLAB Interface to C++ Library

Display package information and method signatures for MATLAB interface.

MATLAB to C++ Data Type Mapping

Correspondence of MATLAB data types to C++ types.

C++ Names That Are Invalid in MATLAB

MATLAB automatically renames classes, member functions, and namespaces with C++ names that are invalid in MATLAB using the matlab.lang.makeValidName function.

Set Run-Time Library Path for C++ Interface

If the C++ library has a shared library file, then that file and its dependencies must be on your system path or run-time search path (rpath).

Limitations to C/C++ Support

C/C++ library features not supported in MATLAB.

Handling Exceptions

Using C++ exceptions in MATLAB.