Matlab, Java, C++ ?

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by iRyu, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. iRyu
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    My university is using Matlab and JCreator for maths and simple java program.
    Can I know what XCode do? Can XCode run both of them? I don't want to install windows on my rMBP just to run this two program.
     
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    Matlab runs natively on OS X, so you don't have to install Windows for it, unless your school only provides the Windows version. However Xcode won't really have anything to do with it.

    Xcode can be used as a Java IDE, similar to JCreator.

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  3. iRyu
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    how to run matlab in osx natively? Using text editor?

    Am download XCode now :)
     
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    Matlab provides its own editor/IDE/environment. While you could probably use any favorite editor or even Xcode, the Matlab environment is really best for it IMO.

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  5. iRyu
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    can you show me the link ? The have tons of compile application in their website lol. How bout CodeRunner?
     
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    I know how to use Matlab, I'm just confuse which Matlab Mac App I should download :confused:

    I plan to buy CodeRunner for my Java and C ++ compiler.
     
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    You need to get it from your school or directly from MathWorks.

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  9. iRyu
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    ahhhh gotta buy again :/
     
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    Or look at your install media, login to your Mathworks account. Most versions come with Windows/Linux/Mac OS X installers.

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  11. 960design
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    Could you use Eclipse? Its free and pretty much an industry standard.

    That's what I use at work.

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  12. iRyu
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    haha alright. I'm settle with Java compiler.

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    My media? hmm I don't have a mathworks account.
     
  13. AppleMacFinder
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    He meant, the installation DVD. There exists Mac OS X version of Matlab.
     

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