Number of bytes required to store each data element
For a complex
mxArray built with the interleaved complex API,
mxGetElementSize returns twice the value that the function in the
separate complex API returns. For more information, see Compatibility Considerations.
#include "fintrf.h" mwPointer mxGetElementSize(pm) mwPointer pm
mxGetElementSize to determine the number of bytes in each
data element of the
mxArray. For example, if the MATLAB® class of an
mxArray stores each data element as a 16-bit (2-byte) signed
mxGetElementSize is helpful when using a non-MATLAB routine to manipulate data elements.
Fortran does not have an equivalent of
mwPointer is a preprocessor macro
that provides the appropriate Fortran type. The value returned by
this function, however, is not a pointer.
nbytes — Number of bytes
Number of bytes required to store one element of the specified
mxArray, returned as
pm is complex numeric, then the data in the output
argument depends on which version of the Fortran Matrix API you use.
If you build with the separate complex API (
-R2017boption), then the function returns the number of bytes for the data type of the array regardless whether the array is complex or real.
If you build with the interleaved complex API (
-R2018aoption), then the return value is twice the number of bytes for the data type.
pm points to a cell or structure, then
mxGetElementSize returns the size of a pointer. The
function does not return the size of all the elements in each cell or
Returns 0 on failure. The primary reason for failure is that
pm points to an
mxArray having an