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Re: easy problem for expert users

From: Andy Buckle
Subject: Re: easy problem for expert users
Date: Wed, 23 Jun 2010 14:09:37 +0100

On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 1:43 PM, Paolo Gaffu <address@hidden> wrote:
> Andy Buckle ha scritto:
>> On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Paolo Gaffu <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Thank you for your answer...but i have a question for you.
>>> Do you think it's possible in my Octave there isn't  "strsplit" function?
>>> Because the program gave me an error message...
>>> Any ideas?
>>> Paolo
>> Possible.
>> What version of octave are you using?
>> What is the error message?
>> list ettiquete:
>> - when including previous text, please add your text _underneath_ it.
>> - "reply all", so that the list gets it.
>> Thanks,
>> Andy
> Ok thanks for list etiquette. But underneath you intend at the end of the
> previous messages?
> I use QOctave 0.8.1 under Ubuntu 9.10, but i had also Octave 3.2.2
> My idea was that QTOctave use Octave but probably not. Because QTOctave
> haven't strsplit but Octave yes. DO you think there is some problem on my
> pc?
> I use qtoctave because is more similar to matlab (appearence, variables
> windows....)
> Sorry for those stupid questions.
> Paolo

By "underneath", I mean do like I am now.

at your octave console type "version" to get the actual version of
Octave that QtOctave is using.

I think it is very likely that your installation is missing strsplit,
I just looked it up. It is only 16 months old.

If you still want to do something based on my example (rather than
take jwe's advice) you can upgrade Octave, or you can rewrite my
example using split instead of strsplit. If you want to do this type
"help split" to get started.

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