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need reducing of structures content output

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Subject: need reducing of structures content output
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 04:15:31 -0800 (PST)

Hi all, 
I have very big structures with multiple recursive fields.
While MATLAB shows it content very well, like
r = 
                   alg: 'Naum Z. Shor r-algorithm with AST & some
             ralg_info: [1x134 char]
                    df: [1000x1 double]
              advanced: [1x1 struct]
                lambda: [4x1 double]
                    mu: [8x1 double]
    maxConstrViolation: 1.8025e-007
             nFunEvals: 527
            nGradEvals: 529
               nCEvals: 529
              nDCEvals: 529
              nDHEvals: 529
                  prob: [1x1 struct]
                 nIter: 254
        CPUTimeElapsed: 1.8594
           TimeElapsed: 2.1400
                solver: 'ralg'
                 istop: 4
                   msg: 'norm(f[k+1]-f[k]) less than prob.TolFun'
            isFeasible: 1
                    xf: [1000x1 double]
                    ff: 0.0265
              randInfo: 'increasing prob.TolCon, prob.TolGrad, prob.TolFun,
prob.TolX can be very helpfull!'
Octave starts to give output all of fields recursively, i.e. 1000 coords of
r.df & 1000 of r.xf, + recursive output of subfields r.advanced, r.prob, so
it's VERY HARD to find usefull information, for example r.isFeasible.
Espesially it's hard because normal terminal scrooling is absent (as a rule)
in Octave text output terminals.
I guess it will not take much efforts to implement MATLAB-like style of
structure content output, isn't it?
WBR, Dmitrey
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