# Writing A MatLab Code In C Programming Language In MatLab

Like the other tools and commands, Matlab® provides a very useful command to re-write the statement in Matlab® programming language in C programming language. The command that does it is called ‘ccode()’.

Here we explain how to use the ‘ccode()’ command in Matlab® to re-write a Matlab® code in the C programming language, with a very basic example below.

## How To Use The ‘ccode()’ Command In MatLab®?

``````>> syms x
t = 1+x;
ccode(taylor(t))

ans =

'  t0 = x+1.0;'

>> ``````

As you see in the example above, the use of the ‘ccode()’ command is very simple. You can try these codes in your software also.

First of all, we created a symbolic variable ‘x’ with the ‘syms’ command. Then we created a mathematical expression with this variable. We calculated the Taylor transform of this mathematical expression and we want to see the C programming equivalent of it. In this way, we just typed the expression inside the ‘ccode()’ command. And you can see the result in the command window.

## Conclusion

As you see above, the use of the ‘ccode()’ command is very simple to see the C programming equivalents of the Matlab® codes.

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