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Mon, 19 Nov 2007 20:13:56 -0800 (PST)
Thanks Michael. I have looked through the manual and
am unable to fix the problem. The thread seems very
long and am not sure how to search for the post which
might answer my query.
octave 1> cabunpaoct
This is what I get. Instead of it running after the
first line and either giving me the result or an error
message. In other words, it is simply not running!
--- Michael Grossbach <address@hidden> wrote:
> asha g wrote:
> > I don't particularly want to send a very long
> > file to the entire list. I am just wondering if
> > could be any reason why this could happen.
> > Incidentally it was working ( ie running and
> giving me
> > errors) but now it simply does not run.
> > If anyone on the list would like to take a look at
> > script file, I can send it to them.
> > I would appreciate some hints.
> > Incidentally, I have now been using Octave for abt
> > year and a half. I think it would be useful for
> > nonpros like myself to have all the basics in one
> > place - a manual ( online ) which one could refer
> >>from time to time. I have seen a manual but that
> > pretty old and octave does change very rapidly.
> > Thanks
> > Asha
> > --- David Bateman <address@hidden>
> >> asha g wrote:
> >>> Please tell me what sort of info you need. I
> >>> email the file to you-
> >>> AG
> >> The script file, but on list as I don't know if I
> >> have the desire to
> >> debug your code for you, and you might find
> >> else to do it instead.
> >> D.
> >> --
> >> David Bateman
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> is up to date!
> Together with the searchable mailing list archive at
> http://www.nabble.com/Octave---General-f1897.html it
> can answer almost
> any question about Octave.
> HTH, Michael
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Mary Catherine Bateson
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