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Re: Help on error: can't perform indexing

From: Muthiah Annamalai
Subject: Re: Help on error: can't perform indexing
Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 22:18:52 -0600

On Wed, 2007-02-14 at 11:42 -0800, Maynard Wright wrote:
> , the Octave script file runs correctly and yields the right answer 
> and the message is then displayed.  This occurs only when a script
> file with 
> an extension ".m" is executed from within Octave.
O.K Can you please post what script you got, and what version of Octave
you are running? Maybe you should post a bug-report on the address@hidden
list if possible.

>   When there is no extension 
> or when the extension is other than ".m," the file cannot be executed
> without 
> using source "filename."  When source is used to execute the file, I
> don't 
> see the error message, even when the filename has a ".m" extension. 
That is correct behavior. See 'help source'

> When the ".m" file is executed as a script from the Linux command
> line, it 
> works properly and the error message does not occur.
> I used addpath() to add the path containing the file without effect.
> The path 
> was already in my bash shell PATH va 
I cant say anything. You need to be more specific, please.

~ Muthiah

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