However, for CLEA to read, we need comma-separated file, which is not supported by save. Input argument types must match their format types.
The width field specifies a minimum for writing, but a maximum for reading. The writing function writes the data starting at this cell. Extrinsic calls are not possible when extrinsic calls are disabled or when fprintf is called inside a parfor loop.
The column offset is zero-based, so that 'coffset',0 instructs MATLAB to begin writing in the first column of the destination file, which is the default.
One example is that save can only generate tab-delimited file. If the sheet does not exist, then the writing function adds a new sheet at the end of the worksheet collection.
For example, we have the 1x3 double arrays waveK and velK, and we want to save them into a file data.
When appending to an existing file, the new data is offset from the end of the existing data. However, when appending to a file, 'roffset',0 instructs MATLAB to begin writing in the first row immediately following existing data.
If fileID has a constant value of 1 or 2 and extrinsic calls are not possible, the code generator produces a C printf call.