We can call the Python functions and objects directly from MATLAB. To call Python functions from MATLAB, need to install a supported version of Python. MATLAB supports versions 2.7, 3.6, and 3.7
MATLAB loads Python when you type
Below examples shows how to call a user defined Python function from MATLAB.
Example 1 :
Call Python function to print Hello.
First of all, we will make a Python module named print.py containing the function.
Now, open a new file in MATLAB Editor. Verify whether the current folder pointed to the Python search path. Use below code to add the current folder to Python search path.
Call the Python function to print Hello.
Example 2 : Call Python function to get the sum of two numbers.
First of all, we will create a Python module names add.py containig the function.
Call Python function to get the sum of two given numbers
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