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Sun, 27 Feb 94 15:20:18 EST
I just installed octave on my computer (486DX running linux), in order to
avoid using matlab, still most of the functions I'm using are from matlab
so, I'm trying to find a way to make these libraries work with octave.
nargins (a matlab variable containing the number of used parameters in
a function does not exist in octave)
hold (a command in matlab does not exist either)
grid (which is a matlab command, in octave is a function, meaning
that its argument has to be in a parenthesis)
I would like, if possible to find some reference in order to bypass these
incompatibilities in order to be able to use matlab libraries with octave.
- matlab compatibility,
Constantine Kiriakopoulos <=