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## Saving variables in text and archive search

**From**: |
Neil Ottenstein |

**Subject**: |
Saving variables in text and archive search |

**Date**: |
Wed, 24 May 2000 15:20:16 -0400 |

I was wondering if it was possible to save variables into an ascii text
file in Octave in a format other than the default ascii text format which
gives the various information about the variables and then the variables.
What I was looking for was a text file with the values in columns. Such as
saving arrays a, b, c such that they appeared as such:
a(1) b(1) c(1)
a(2) b(2) c(2)
. . .
. . .
. . .
a(n) b(n) c(n)
I didn't notice any info on this in particular in the archive years I've
looked at so far. By the way, is there a search engine for accessing the
archive help files or do you really need to access one at a time and search?
Thanks,
Neil
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**Saving variables in text and archive search**,
*Neil Ottenstein* **<=**