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I have a linking problem with using mclmcrrt in Visual Studio 2008. I have a 64-bit version of Matlab (R2009a), and am creating a c++ program that will call compiled .m files (using mcc). As far as I can tell, Matlab comes _only_ the 64 bit version of mclmcrrt.lib (...../Matlab/R2009a/extern/lib/win64/microsoft) I am compiling a 32-bit c++ program that needs to use mclmcrrt. However, I am getting linking errors for any Matlab functions that I try to call in this form: error LNK2001: unresolved external symbol _mclInitializeApplication_proxy Is this because my .lib file is 64-bit but I am compiling to a 32-bit application? is there some other cause problem? Thanks!
When I try to open an saved .fig file by dragging it into matlab workspace, I got the following error: Error using ===> open Output argument "valid" (and maybe others) not assigned during call to "C:\Program Files\MATLAB71\toolbox\matlab\datatypes\isprop.m (isprop)". Anybody has any idea? Thanks JB
I have received a .mat file that I am trying to open using the 'load' command. I have made several attempts and I keep getting this error message: Number of columns on line 2 of ASCII file myfile must be the same as previous lines. Is there a way to get around this?
Hi, I have been using the Matlab R14 beta for a while and I have just found a pretty big problem with it. I made GUI with Matlab 6 and later I modified it with Matlab 7 and now I can't open it anymore on Matlab 6. I really need to be able to open it with Matlab 6 as it is part of a compiled program and I cannot compile with Matlab beta. I have found after researching on the Mathworks forum that R14 compresses MAT files by default when saving them. The error I get on Matlab 6 is the following: Error in ==> C:\MATLAB6p5p1\toolbox\matlab\iofun\hgload.m On line 45 ==> fileVars = load(filename,'-mat'); So it is tryting to open a MAT file. This makes me thing that my problem is related to that. I know that you can force Matlab 7 to not compress when saving but I don't know how to force GUIDE to do this. So, is there some way to "recover" my mofidied .fig file on Matlab 6? Thank you in advance! Angel