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The matcreat.c example illustrates how to use the library routines to create a MAT-file that you can load into the MATLAB® workspace. The program also demonstrates how to check the return values of MAT-function calls for read or write failures. To see the code, open the fileopen the file in MATLAB Editor.
After building the program, run the application. This program creates mattest.mat, a MAT-file that you can load into MATLAB. To run the application, depending on your platform, either double-click its icon or enter matcreat at the system prompt:
matcreat Creating file mattest.mat...
To verify the MAT-file, at the command prompt, type:
whos -file mattest.mat Name Size Bytes Class GlobalDouble 3x3 72 double array (global) LocalDouble 3x3 72 double array LocalString 1x43 86 char array Grand total is 61 elements using 230 bytes