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Matlab 5 file format help needed

From: Roger G.M.P. Koumans
Subject: Matlab 5 file format help needed
Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 19:33:10 -0700

Is it possible to import Matlab 5 .mat files into Octave. I have been able to
import  files when saving them as version 4 with the -V4 option. However,
in Matlab 5 I have a multi-dimensional array (for example set with
zeros(2,2,2,2). Matlab won't let me save this in a version 4 format. Is it
possible to import multidimensional arrays into Octave??

Or are any C-routines available to get this kind of data in a format that can
be used in Octave. I noticed that octave does not know the command
zeros(2,2,2,2). Seems it only supports zeros(2,2). Is Octave able to handle 
multidimensional arrays at all??

Hoping for some suggestions......

Roger G.M.P. Koumans
Quantum Electronics and Ultrafast Optics Laboratory
Department of Electrical Engineering/Applied Physics

California Institute of Technology
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