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## Re: Save-load problem

**From**: |
Przemek Klosowski |

**Subject**: |
Re: Save-load problem |

**Date**: |
Tue, 29 Apr 2003 14:55:54 -0400 (EDT) |

> 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:
The problem was caused by conversion of binary numbers to ascii, and the
resulting
loss of precision. It is a buglet in octave---in principle, the ascii numbers
should
correspond exactly to the binary representation, but they don't. Saving in
binary
works around the problem; forcing octave to write out the sequence is an
inferior
solution.
Having said that, it is possible, and it does the job: the trick is to
persuade octave that we have modified the sequence:
a=0:pi/16:8*pi;
a(1)=a(1) <- the trick
save x.mat
clear
load x.mat
whos
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**Save-load problem**, *Henry F. Mollet*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Pablo Barrera González*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Iago Mosqueira*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Henry F. Mollet*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *John W. Eaton*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Przemek Klosowski*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Henry F. Mollet*, `2003/04/29`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Francesco Potorti`*, `2003/04/30`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Paul Kienzle*, `2003/04/30`
**Re: Save-load problem**, *Mike Miller*, `2003/04/30`