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Re: matlab 5.? format

From: Daniel Heiserer
Subject: Re: matlab 5.? format
Date: Thu, 29 Oct 1998 16:18:06 +0100

> | 2) Is there an octave api for writing matlab 4.x binaries?
> I'm not sure I understand the question.  If you are asking whether
> Octave can read or write Matlab 4.x binary data files, the answer is
> yes.  That format was published.  Octave's load command should
> automatically recognize Matlab 4.x binary data files.  If you want to
> save data in the Matlab 4.x binary data format, use `save
> -mat-binary'.  You can make that the default by setting
>   default_save_format = "mat-binary"

Well I have a C-routine (standalone) reading some data and writing
mat-binarys which
should be read by matlab/octave (both). Therefore I would need a 
API to write matlab4.x files. Unfortunately I have only the matlab5 
api. Does anybody have the matlab4.x api or is there an octave api
for writing matlab4.x file-formats?
I actually looked into the $octave/src/
but unfortunately it contains lots of functions and data-types 
I don't have in my C-routine.

Thanks for your help 

bye daniel

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