|Subject:||Re: Problem with octave|
|Date:||Mon, 30 Aug 2010 20:22:16 +0200|
It is. Matlab does not allow a script to contain function defintions;On 30-Aug-2010, Judd Storrs wrote:
| 2010/8/30 Julien Martin <address@hidden>
| What's wrong with my octave code?
| I'm not sure octave likes mixing functions and scripts in the same file they
| way you have here. I was able to get output by separating the function and the
| script part into separate files (imfdamput.m and imfdamputrun.m) but I didn't
| look to see if the output is reasonable.
| Do you happen to know if octave's behavior is different than matlab's?
But if the first non-comment token is "function", then Octave treats
the file as a function, not a script. So put something besides
"function ..." a the beginning of the script. For example:
1; ## This is a script, not a function.
function foo (...)
Smax = ...;
foo (Smax, ...)
Please see also:
which provides more detail.
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