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Re: Save-load problem

From: Pablo Barrera González
Subject: Re: Save-load problem
Date: 29 Apr 2003 20:11:50 +0200

El mar, 29-04-2003 a las 19:26, Iago Mosqueira escribió:
> On Tue, Apr 29, 2003 at 07:24:42PM +0200, Pablo Barrera Gonz?lez wrote:
> > El mar, 29-04-2003 a las 19:05, Henry F. Mollet escribi?:
> > And it seems to work. I don't know how to force octave for saving the
> > entire list of values in ascii. 
> Add default_save_format="ascii"; to ~/.octaverc

Sorry, I think I don't made myself clear in that. What I was trying to
say I don't know how to force Octave to write the complete array of
numbers instead of the range type:
# Created by Octave, Tue Apr 29 18:07:05 2003 <address@hidden>
# name: A
# type: range
# base, limit, increment
0 25.1327412287183 0.196349540849362

What I want is something like this in all cases:
# Created by Octave, Tue Apr 29 18:09:28 2003 <address@hidden>
# name: A
# type: matrix
# rows: 1
# columns: 129
 1e-07 0.196349640849362 0.392699181698724 0.589048722548086.... 

Is ther any option in the save command to force this king of behavior
instead of the default range mode?

Pablo Barrera González          address@hidden
        Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

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