Differences Between MATLAB and MuPAD Syntax
MuPAD® notebook has been removed. Use MATLAB® Live Editor instead.
To convert a MuPAD notebook file to a MATLAB live script file, see
convertMuPADNotebook. MATLAB live scripts support most MuPAD functionality, although there are some differences. For more information, see
Convert MuPAD Notebooks to MATLAB Live Scripts.
There are several differences between MATLAB and MuPAD syntax. Be aware of which interface you are using in order to use the correct syntax:
Use MATLAB syntax in the MATLAB workspace, except for the functions
feval(symengine,...), which use MuPAD syntax.
Use MuPAD syntax only in MuPAD notebooks.
You must define MATLAB variables before using them. However, every expression entered in a MuPAD notebook is assumed to be a combination of symbolic variables unless otherwise defined. This means that you must be especially careful when working in MuPAD notebooks, since fewer of your typos cause syntax errors.
This table lists common tasks, meaning commands or functions, and how they differ in MATLAB and MuPAD syntax.
Common Tasks in MATLAB and MuPAD Syntax
|Task||MuPAD Syntax||MATLAB Syntax|
|Numerical value of expression|
|Translate MuPAD set|
|Equality, inequality comparison|
The next table lists differences between MATLAB expressions and MuPAD expressions.
MATLAB vs. MuPAD Expressions
|MuPAD Expression||MATLAB Expression|
The MuPAD definition of exponential integral differs from the Symbolic Math Toolbox™ counterpart.
|Symbolic Math Toolbox Definition||MuPAD Definition|
Symbolic Math Toolbox provides two functions to calculate exponential integrals:
The definitions of