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Old   April 7, 2017, 03:56
Default Matlab/Scilab control FloEFD
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Hi all,

I am wondering if FloEFD can be controlled via Matlab or Scilab?
If it is possible, could anyone provide some more information about how to do it?

Thank you very much
Jason
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Old   April 18, 2017, 08:39
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Hi Jason,

FloEFD can be controlled through its API which is either VB, VBA or VC++. I'm not an expert in Matlab or Scilab and don't know if they can somehow compile to or manage the VB, VBA or VC++ API interface of FloEFD.
You can find more information on the API in FloEFD under Help. There should be a point like FloEFD API Help or something like that with some more information.

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