How can I convert a .fis file (fuzzy) into a .m file?

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I need to convert the file so that I can take the .m file and convert into C code to program a dsp whith a fuzzy controller.
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Iman Ansari
Iman Ansari on 30 Apr 2013
Edited: Iman Ansari on 30 Apr 2013
It's a text file, you can open it with matlab editor or notepad. It's for defining your fuzzy system (Inputs, Outputs, Membership Functions, rules, ...), nothing more.

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Shahar
Shahar on 29 Aug 2013
Edited: Shahar on 29 Aug 2013
You can convert the fis struct to .m code with gencode function from filexchange, at http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/24447-generate-m-file-code-for-any-matlab-variable.
If your code looks something like
myg = readfis('FisFile.fis');
then use
strx = gencode(myg);
fid = fopen('c:\scriptFis.m','w');
fprintf(fid, '%s\n', strx{:});
fclose(fid);
and then you can run scriptFis from command line to load variable myg.
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Hagar Mahmoud
Hagar Mahmoud on 3 Dec 2019
Hello
I'm trying the same thing, however the posted example on file exchange for converting .fig file not .fiS files.
I have added the files and run, but I got the follwoing error meesge in scriptFis.m file
warning('myg: No code generated for object of class mamfis.')
Any help ??

Lokesh Srivastava
Lokesh Srivastava on 10 Jan 2022
Can I change the parameters of .fis file in .m file or I can do this only in Fuzzy Logic App Designer?
Because In App Designer every time I change the parameter I have to Save new file and then run the model and if I can do these changes in .m file then just by run the file I can create a updated .fis.
I have tried the above mentioned method to change .fis to .m but on run it gives error :-
'' Invalid expression. Check for missing multiplication operator, missing or unbalanced delimiters, or other syntax error. To construct matrices, use brackets instead of parentheses "
What to do pls help.

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