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## Re: octave memory allocation problem ?

**From**: |
John Eaton |

**Subject**: |
Re: octave memory allocation problem ? |

**Date**: |
Thu, 20 Apr 95 14:59:36 EDT |

Joao Cardoso <address@hidden> wrote:
: In Matlab, the "load" returns the data contained in the file, and I
: only need to do
:
: data = load -ascii file_name;
:
: Of course, in Octave, with multi-variable data files, this is not possible,
I had no idea that this was the way load worked in Matlab. Perhaps
Octave's load command could be modified to do something like
# load the first three values from the file in the variables x, y,
# and z.
[x, y, z] = load foo
With no output arguments, the behavior would remain the same as before.
Does anyone see any problems with this change?
Thanks,
jwe

**octave memory allocation problem ?**, *Ludger Leushacke*, `1995/04/19`
**octave memory allocation problem ?**, *Joao Cardoso*, `1995/04/19`
**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**, *John Eaton*, `1995/04/20`
**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**,
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**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**, *Joao Cardoso*, `1995/04/25`
**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**, *John Eaton*, `1995/04/27`
**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**, *John Eaton*, `1995/04/27`
**Re: octave memory allocation problem ?**, *John Eaton*, `1995/04/28`