|Code Listing by George Thiers|
On a Windows platform, MATLAB's XLSREAD and XLSWRITE open Excel as a COM automation server in the background to read/write data. Sometimes users want XLSREAD and XLSWRITE to do more, and would like their own custom XLSREAD or XLSWRITE functions (such as a custom XLSWRITE that puts data into multiple worksheets, and creates Excel charts at the same time).
Little new functionality is contained in this submission compared to what is...
The MATLAB Compiler (v4, R14 onwards) can package MATLAB code into an executable or C/C++ shared library. Calling a C shared library from Fortran, however, can be difficult. The mixed-language issue is C vs. Fortran calling conventions. This is an...
The MATLAB functions XLSREAD and XLSWRITE open Microsoft Excel as a COM Automation Server in the background, and read or write data. Using the same mechanism, it is possible to open, write to, and fully control Microsoft PowerPoint from MATLAB....