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Fri, 22 Jan 1999 08:28:01 +0100
El Jeffo wrote:
> Anyone familiar with the matlab function "step()" which kinda gives a
> graph of some lti system? or can I just steal the step.m file from matlab
> and use it in octave? Anyone else ever borrowed .m files from matlab? Is
> it legal? (just want a matlab like program for linux cause I don't want
> to reboot to windows)
I won't steel it (Copyright) ;-). But if you have it, you probably paid
and than it's yours and you can do with it what you want (I think).
Yes I used matlab #.m files in octave.
Just try it. Maybe it doesn't work, so you have to modify it a little.
Graphicommands make problems normally. GUI won't work at all.
Maybe you probably step into a kind of nesting, which means
this m-file requires other m-files, which themself require other m-files
Just look at your path in matlab and expand your octave path to that
Than try to ran that stuff. Maybe a few matlab builtin functions and
are missing. You can try to fix these by writing some m-files
expanding octaves feature to matlab compatibility and put them in a
Well that is what I did. The effort you have with it depends what
m-files you want to use.
Anyway I use matlab too. :-)
Mit freundlichen Gruessen
Dipl.-Phys. Daniel Heiserer, BMW AG, Knorrstrasse 147, 80788 Muenchen
Tel.: 089-382-21187, Fax.: 089-382-42820
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