Print command window output on command prompt of windows (cmd)
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Abolfazl Nejatian on 4 Jul 2021
I hope you all are in good health.
I have a question about how to automatically write everything that displays on command windows simultaneously on the command prompt of windows (cmd).
here is what I have found for storing the command window of Matlab to a file and then publishing it as an HTML file to the browser,
myFile = 'commandWindowText.txt';
if exist(myFile, 'file')==2
% ---- || what i want to display in the command window
eq = 'x^4 + 2*x + 1';
s = solve(x^4 + 2*x + 1, x,'MaxDegree',3);
disp(['the equation is: ' eq])
disp(['and the result is: ' ])
% ---- || open the file to get the content as a string
fid = fopen(myFile,'r');
% ---- || adapt the text file to html
f=strrep(f,'\','\\'); % thanks to mahoromax's comment (accomodates windows file paths)
f=strrep(f,' ',' ');
f=['<p style = "font-family:monospace" >',newline,f,newline,'</p>'];
% ---- || write the file and view it on the broweser
winopen('diary_file.html') % windows only?
in addition to the HTML version i need to send this information to the cmd of windows, but i dont know how
1- open command prompt
2 - send text to command prompt.
any help appreciated.
Walter Roberson on 5 Jul 2021
If you are using Windows then use .NET controls System.Diagnostics.Process to create a link to either PowerShell or CMD.exe. Anything that you write to the end point will then be sent to the process to be executed (or interpreted as input).
However, I do not understand how executing the matlab output as shell commands will be beneficial in any way. But that is what pasting the output to the command prompt means, that you want the output to be executed as commands.