## How do I open an EXE file in MATLAB?

Start MATLAB on Windows Platforms

- Select MATLAB Icon.
- Call matlab from Windows System Command Line.
- Call matlab from MATLAB Command Prompt.
- Open File Associated with MATLAB.
- Select MATLAB Executable from Windows Explorer Tool.

**How do I run an EXE from an argument?**

3 Answers

- Click on any folder on your desktop, up one level, and do the same as is in picture.
- Press Win+R , write cmd.exe /k cd desktop , hit enter, write program name and arguments.
- Create a shortcut or a batch file with this command: cmd.exe /k cd %systemdrive%\%username%\desktop.

**Can MATLAB open other programs?**

Use ! to call utilities or other executable programs without quitting MATLAB. For example, the following statement opens the Microsoft® Excel® program and returns control to the command prompt so that you can continue running MATLAB commands.

### How do I run a program in MATLAB?

You can create a new script in the following ways:

- Highlight commands from the Command History, right-click, and select Create Script.
- On the Home tab, click the New Script button.
- Use the edit function. For example, edit new_file_name creates (if the file does not exist) and opens the file new_file_name .

**Where is the MATLAB executable?**

Accepted Answer If you have multiple releases of MATLAB installed, each one will have its own folder within C:\Program Files\MATLAB. If you installed 32-bit MATLAB on 64-bit Windows, then the MATLAB folder will be located in C:\Program Files (x86).

**How do I get a .m file in MATLAB?**

If you are using PC or Mac: To create an m-file, choose New from the File menu and select Script. This procedure brings up a text editor window in which you can enter MATLAB commands. To save the m-file, simply go to the File menu and choose Save (remember to save it with the ‘. m’ extension).

#### How do I run an exe from command line arguments?

Start(, ); Best Regards. You just pass the arguments as one string, just like it if it was the the command line and it should work.

**How do I run a MATLAB script from the command line?**

To run a MATLAB script from the the command line, use MATLAB’s -r option, as in this example which runs the Matlab script my_simulation. m from the current directory. Note that the MATLAB script that you run should have an exit command in it.

**How do I run a MATLAB script in terminal?**

In order to run a script you can open Matlab (you can prevent run it without the GUI using -nodisplay and -nodesktop flags), then run the script using the run command, and finally close matlab using exit .

## How do you plot a graph in MATLAB?

MATLAB – Plotting

- Define x, by specifying the range of values for the variable x, for which the function is to be plotted.
- Define the function, y = f(x)
- Call the plot command, as plot(x, y)

**Why is MATLAB not opening?**

One of the most common reasons MATLAB will fail to start is that something has corrupted the MATLAB preferences directory. You will need to reset your preferences to fix this. Use the shortcut %AppData% from Windows Search to jump right to the current user’s hidden AppData folder. Restart MATLAB.