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Kind Attention sir..
Kind Attention sir..
Wed, 18 Apr 2001 01:02:54 -0700 (PDT)
As you have said i've made the file
/home/sourav/.octaverc and in that i've put the single
now, i've also copied all the functions previously in
/root/matcompat/ to /home/sourav/octave-2.0.16/ as
that is the name of my octave directory.
Now when i say debugf
(located in /home/sourav/octave-2.0.16/) i get the
following error message..
wavread is the file:
WAVREAD Load Microsoft Windows .WAV format sound
[sig, sf, bits] = wavread(wavfile [, siz])
sig : signal
sf : sampling freq.
bits : the number of bits per sample
wavfile : file name
(The ".wav" extension is appended if no
extension is given
siz : 'size' returns the size of the audio
: [N1 N2] returns only samples N1 through
Additional help for builtin functions, operators, and
is available in the on-line version of the manual.
Use the command
`help -i <topic>' to search the manual index.
Help and information about Octave is also available on
at http://www.che.wisc.edu/octave/octave.html and via
address@hidden mailing list.
error: `x' undefined near line 12 column 21
error: evaluating expression near line 12, column 21
error: evaluating argument list element number 1
error: evaluating index expression near line 12,
error: evaluating assignment expression near line 12,
error: near line 12 of file
error: evaluating expression near line 1, column 1
I really don't know, how there's an error in line 12
of debugf, I'M ATTACHING THE DEBUGF FILE FOR U TO SEE.
Please give me some help as am up against a deadline,
and no matter waht i canb't seem to get this thing to
run this file!!
Looking forward to your reply and help.
--- Paul Kienzle <address@hidden>
> First, it is not advisable to do everything as root.
> Create yourself
> a user account, and use that instead.
> Second, it is not advisable to alter the installed
> tree of a package.
> If you then install a newer version of the package
> all of your alterations
> will be lost. Instead, create .octaverc in your
> home directory (preferably
> not /root), and put in it
> LOADPATH=["/home/<userid>/octave//:", LOADPATH];
> Then put all your private functions in ~/octave.
> To answer your question, debugf that you have not
> included call wavread
> with the wrong number of parameters.
> Paul Kienzle
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