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Old   June 7, 2018, 07:08
Question Problems about rpl files in ICEM
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Hello everyone,

I want to generate mesh automatically for series of similar models by using the ICEM scripts file aka rpl file.

I executed the rpl file in MATLAB and tried several different command such as dos('x.rpl'); system('x.rpl'); system('x.bat').

The problem is, my program doesn't wait until my rpl finished. It seemed my program will continue to next step as well as the dos/system command has finished (begin to execute the rpl).
Is there any way for me to refer to? I want my program wait until the rpl file is finished.

Let me try to make it clear:
My current program:
Matlab->Dos/system command(to open the rpl file)->Matlab

What I want:
Matlab->Dos/system command(to open the rpl file)->rpl file execution finished->Matlab

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