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version 3.0 (25.8 MB) by Sebastien Dupertuis
C Code Integration in MATLAB and Simulink to Control an External Interface.


Updated 25 May 2020

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The goal of this demo is to showcase integration of C code in MATLAB and Simulink. A C# interface of a parking meter has some emulated HW registers that can be accessed through a shared memory area in Windows. The low level C drivers are used in MATLAB and Simulink via respectively MEX and C-Caller or S-Function import mechanisms. The algorithms in MATLAB and Simulink control the C# App that is just used as a user interface without any intelligence. C code generation can be done out of the entire MATLAB and Simulink projects to build standalone executables. In the MATLAB implementation, there is also the possibility to use an App of the parking Meter done with the App Designer.

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Sebastien Dupertuis (2020). C_Code_Integration (, GitHub. Retrieved .

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See release notes for this release on GitHub:


Added of a Stateflow for MATLAB implementation as well as a model-based design approach using System Composer.

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2019b
Compatible with R2019b to any release
Platform Compatibility
Windows macOS Linux

Inspired by: Seven_Segment_Displays