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can we convert "M-file" to simulink bloc ".Mdl" file

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can we convert "M-file" to simulink bloc ".Mdl" file

for example : block with two input and one output and I added the inside of the block
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There are multiple ways to call m-code from within Simulink.

See http://www.mathworks.com/help/toolbox/simulink/ug/bszo62g.html for one example.

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