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Re: new features in Octave 2.1.58

From: Michael Creel
Subject: Re: new features in Octave 2.1.58
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 2004 12:32:48 +0200
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On Friday 03 September 2004 12:10, David Bateman wrote:
> According to Stefan van der Walt <address@hidden> (on 09/03/04):
> > Guess I havn't been following closely enough, but how do inline
> > functions work, what is the correct way of concatenating structs and
> > what are 'user-defined types'?
> Inline functions work like the equivalent matlab versions, the only thing
> is that the only octave function adapted for inline functions at he moment
> is "quad". "fsolve" and family won't work with inline yet....
> This doesn't stop you from using them in your own code in the same way as
> with matlab..

If you could expand on this it would be appreciated by the matlab-challenged 
people. What is this used for? 


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