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Re: Running script files

From: Andreas Gaab
Subject: Re: Running script files
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 2004 10:21:14 +0200

You can also run scripts simply by double-clicking, if you have set the right 
path for "open with". You have to link the extension to the octave.exe in the 
bin/-directory in your Octave installation.

Am Samstag, 11. September 2004 17:08 schrieb Vanessa and Charles Nicholls:
> Hi,
> I have just loaded Octave onto my PC. I am a Matlab user and used to
> writing .m files in a text editor and then running them from Matlab. I want
> to do the same in Octave I have read the online help on this issue and I am   
> still unable to get my script files to execute. The help indicates the
> octave script files,( which I currently am writing in note pad and saving
> as .m files), should be located in the directory asssigned by the LOADPATH
> variable. I am not clear which directory this is or how to assign the
> LOADPATH directory.
> I would be very grateful for some help on this issue as until I can run
> scripts I cannot execute octave programs.
> Many thanks for any help you can offer on this issue ,
> Regards Charles Nicholls.

             Andreas S. Gaab                   
      Max-Plank-Institut f"ur Chemie



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