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Easiest way to load structure array from a text file

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Leos Pohl
Leos Pohl 2021년 7월 16일
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I currently have a structure array defined in the code as:
C.a = "something";
C.b = 1;
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C.c = [ 1.3, 2.0, 3.1];
I would like to create a text file that would contain the values so that i can compile the code and change the struct without recompilation. What is the easiest way to do this? ( I read about readstruct but that requires creating an xml file which is an overkill)
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Leos Pohl
Leos Pohl 2021년 7월 16일
The number of fields is fixed. The values on the right hand side of the equal sign can change but always within the same type (column vector will be column vector, double will be double, string will be string etc.

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Scott MacKenzie
Scott MacKenzie 2021년 7월 16일
편집: Scott MacKenzie 2021년 7월 16일
To save the data in the structure C in a file...
save('savedata.mat', 'C');
To retrieve the data as a structure C later...
load('savedata.mat');
I'm assuming here that the key issue is storing the data in a file and retrieving the data later in the same format. Of course, a .mat file is not a text file.
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Leos Pohl
Leos Pohl 2021년 7월 16일
Since this is for a compiled application, it would be better if the external file was a text file so that it can be adjusted without matlab itself.

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