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Re: Save-load problem

From: Paul Kienzle
Subject: Re: Save-load problem
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2003 07:01:16 -0400
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Francesco Potorti` wrote:
Four work-around solutions were provided:
1) save -float-binary session3.mat
2) Add default_save_format="ascii"; to ~/.octaverc
3) a(1)=a(1)            <- the trick
4) save_precision = 16

In fact, the "correct" way is what John Eaton suggested, that is, do
instead of
Would it make sense to save start/stop/n instead of
start/step/stop?  True, the values would be slightly
different, but at least the number of elements would
stay the same.

For my part, I avoid real-valued ranges and do
everything with the more reliable linspace(start,stop,n).
Or if the transformation is simple enough, using
integer ranges such as:
     a = [0:16*8]*pi/16

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