[Scilab-users] Scilab from Powershell

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Mohamed Ikbal Mohamed Ikbal
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[Scilab-users] Scilab from Powershell

hello mesdames and sirs,

 

I want to ask you about the possibility of calling a function that has been written within a scilab from powershell.

 

I am doing the following after have the file where the code written a side than calling it :

 

$objScilab.SendScilabJob("exec('D:\New\ScilabCode.sce', -1)")

 

 

I always receive an error result 999 in powershell


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Antoine ELIAS-2 Antoine ELIAS-2
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Re: Scilab from Powershell

Hello,

I made a quick test and it seems to work ( curiosity ... I never used powershell with Scilab )

ps.sce :


PS E:\git\6.0\scilab> $objScilab.SendScilabJob("exec('d:\tests\ps.sce', -1);")

   0.3616361   0.4826472   0.5015342   0.6325745
   0.2922267   0.3321719   0.4368588   0.4051954
   0.5664249   0.5935095   0.2693125   0.9184708
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Is it possible that you have an error in your file ?
Do you have try to exec your file in Scilab ?

Antoine
Le 26/10/2018 à 16:45, FIXED-TERM Nacer Mohamed Ikbal (ETAS/ESY) a écrit :

hello mesdames and sirs,

 

I want to ask you about the possibility of calling a function that has been written within a scilab from powershell.

 

I am doing the following after have the file where the code written a side than calling it :

 

$objScilab.SendScilabJob("exec('D:\New\ScilabCode.sce', -1)")

 

 

I always receive an error result 999 in powershell



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