CTYPEWRITE Write a C Typedef To File

Section: FreeMat External Interface


The ctypewrite function is a convenience function for writing a C typedef to a file. This is generally a very bad idea, as writing of C typedefs to files is notoriously unportable. Consider yourself warned. The syntax for this function is

where a is the FreeMat typedef to write, 'typename' is a string containing the name of the C typedef to use when writing the typedef to the file (previously defined using ctypedefine), and fid is the file handle returned by fopen.