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Re: octave core file
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roberto |
Subject: |
Re: octave core file |
Date: |
Tue, 18 Oct 2005 18:40:55 +0200 |
On 10/18/05, John W. Eaton <address@hidden> wrote:
> On 18-Oct-2005, roberto wrote:
> | ok,
> | i tried it, no error output from octave
> | octave2.1:19> load octave-core
>
> OK, so no errors. That's good. Now what variables are in the
> workspace? You should have everything that was in the file. If there
> is nothing, then maybe the file is empty?
see attached here the output of
octave2.1:21> whos
....
*** local user variables:
Prot Name Size Bytes Class
==== ==== ==== ===== =====
rwd A 1x1 8 scalar
rwd N 1x1 8 scalar
rw- __nargin__ 1x1 8 scalar
rwd c 1x100 800 matrix
rwd cost 1x2001 16008 matrix
rwd d_theta 1x1 8 scalar
rwd k 1x1 8 scalar
rwd l 100x1 800 matrix
rwd n -1x-1 0 <unknown type>
rwd n_1 1x1 8 scalar
rwd phi 1x1 8 scalar
rwd r 1x1 8 scalar
rwd r_1 1x1 8 scalar
rwd r_2 1x1 8 scalar
rwd s 1x1 8 scalar
rwd sigma 1x2001 16008 matrix
rwd theta_1 1x1 8 scalar
rwd theta_2 1x1 8 scalar
rwd trace 1x2 16 matrix
rwd v 1x1 8 scalar
rwd xx 1x2001 16008 matrix
Total is 6220 elements using 49752 bytes
>
> | but anyway i cannot access the file all the same
> | octave-core file is still unreadable, neither from octave itself...
>
> What do you mean it is unreadable? What are you trying? What
> messages do you see? Have you tried to read it with a text editor?
right, i tried to access it by a text editor, since i saw:
octave2.1:21> octave_core_file_format
octave_core_file_format = ascii
shouldn't it be readable via common text editors?
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roberto
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