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Re: Help-octave Digest, Vol 42, Issue 28

From: Martin Helm
Subject: Re: Help-octave Digest, Vol 42, Issue 28
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2009 13:54:32 +0200
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Am Sonntag, 13. September 2009 12:59:30 schrieb johny gaddar:
> Hello
> i am new user to octave
> i have a c program whose output which is two colums of data should be
> plotted by octave as X and Y
> i am using red hat machine.
> any suggestions are appreciated.
> regards
> Johny

Dear Johny,

from your description I asume that your program creates some file which you 
want to read in octave to plot it (is that correct).
Can you provide a simple example of such file to see the format of the numbers 
how they are delimited and if the file contains some header?
Then I can give you a hint how to read and display it.

In general you can for example look at csvread and similar functions 

help csvread
`csvread' is a function from the file /usr/share/octave/3.2.0/m/io/csvread.m

 -- Function File: X = csvread (FILENAME)
     Read the matrix X from a file.

     This function is equivalent to
          dlmread (FILENAME, "," , ...)

     See also: dlmread, dlmwrite, csvwrite

- mh

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