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A shared library is a collection of functions that are available for use by one or more applications running on a system. On Windows operating systems, the library is compiled into a dynamic link library (.dll) file. At run-time, the library is loaded into memory and made accessible to all applications. The MATLAB Interface to Generic DLLs enables you to interact with functions in dynamic link libraries directly from MATLAB. Dynamic link libraries are easily accessed by MATLAB through a command line interface. This interface gives you the ability to load an external library into MATLAB memory space and then access any of the functions exported from library. Although data types differ between the two language environments, in most cases, you can pass MATLAB types to the C functions without having to do the work of conversion. MATLAB does this for you. This interface also supports libraries containing functions programmed in languages other than C, provided that the functions have a C interface. To give MATLAB access to external functions in a shared library, you must first load the library into memory. Once loaded, you can request information about any of the functions in the library and call them directly from MATLAB. When the library is no longer needed, you will need to unload it from memory to conserve memory usage.

Introduction

Loading the Library

To load a shared library into MATLAB, use the loadlibrary function. The syntax for loadlibrary is:

loadlibrary('your_dll', 'header_file')

where your_dll is the filename for the .dll library file, and header_file is the filename for the header file that contains the function prototypes.

Here is an example:

loadlibrary('MatlabGenericDll', 'GenericDll.h')

Unloading the Library

To unload the library and free up the memory that it occupied, use the unloadlibrary function. For example:

unloadlibrary MatlabGenericDll

Getting Information About the Library

You can use either of these two functions to get information on the functions available in a library that you have loaded:

libmethods('libname')
libmethodsview('libname')

The main difference is that libmethods displays the information in the MATLAB Command Window (and you can assign its output to a variable), and libmethodsview displays the information as a graphical display in a new window (figure 2). To see what functions are available in the MatlabGenericDll library, use libmethods, specifying the library filename as the only argument.

libmethods MatlabGenericDll

MATLAB Generic DLL

MATLAB Generic DLL Posted on 22-03-2014  A shared library is a collection of functions that are available for use by one or more applications running on a system. On Windows operating systems, the library is compiled into a dynamic link library (.dll) file. At run-time, the library is loaded into memory and made accessible to all applications. The MATLAB Interface to Generic DLLs enables you to interact with functions in dynamic link libraries directly from MATLAB. Dynamic link libraries are easily accessed by MATLAB through a command line interface. This interface gives you the ability to load an external library into MATLAB memory space and then access any of the functions exported from library. Although data types differ between the two language environments, in most cases, you can pass MATLAB types to the C functions without having to do the work of conversion. MATLAB does this for you. This interface also supports libraries containing functions programmed in languages other than C, provided that the functions have a C interface. To give MATLAB access to external functions in a shared library, you must first load the library into memory. Once loaded, you can request information about any of the functions in the library and call them directly from MATLAB. When the library is no longer needed, you will need to unload it from memory to conserve memory usage. 5/10 1108

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