### How to use this tool?

This free online converter lets you convert code from Racket to Matlab in a click of a button. To use this converter, take the following steps -

- Type or paste your Racket code in the input box.
- Click the convert button.
- The resulting Matlab code from the conversion will be displayed in the output box.

### Examples

The following are examples of code conversion from Racket to Matlab using this converter. Note that you may not always get the same code since it is generated by an AI language model which is not 100% deterministic and gets updated from time to time.

Example 1 - Is String Palindrome

Program that checks if a string is a palindrome or not.

Racket

Matlab

Example 2 - Even or Odd

A well commented function to check if a number if odd or even.

Racket

Matlab

### Key differences between Racket and Matlab

Characteristic | Racket | Matlab |
---|---|---|

Syntax | Racket has a Lisp-like syntax with parentheses and prefix notation. | Matlab has a more traditional syntax with infix notation and semicolons. |

Paradigm | Racket supports multiple paradigms including functional programming and object-oriented programming. | Matlab is primarily used for numerical computing and supports imperative programming. |

Typing | Racket is dynamically typed. | Matlab is dynamically typed. |

Performance | Racket is generally slower than Matlab for numerical computations. | Matlab is optimized for numerical computations and is generally faster than Racket. |

Libraries and frameworks | Racket has a rich collection of libraries and frameworks for various purposes. | Matlab has a wide range of libraries and toolboxes for numerical computing and data analysis. |

Community and support | Racket has a smaller community compared to Matlab, but still has active support and resources. | Matlab has a large community and extensive support resources. |

Learning curve | Racket has a moderate learning curve, especially for beginners with no prior experience in Lisp-like languages. | Matlab has a relatively low learning curve, especially for users familiar with other programming languages. |