to display. In C, the string can include conversion specifications,
used by the ANSI® C printf function.
In C, any arguments used in the message. Each argument must
have a corresponding conversion specification.
Number of characters printed including characters specified
with backslash codes, such as \n and \b.
This routine prints a string on the screen and in the diary
(if the diary is in use). It provides a callback to the standard C printf routine
already linked inside MATLAB® software, which avoids linking the
entire stdio library into your MEX-file.
In a C MEX-file, you must call mexPrintf instead
of printf to display a string.
If you want the literal % in your message,
use %% in the message string since % has
special meaning to printf. Failing to do so causes
following examples in matlabroot/extern/examples/mex.