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Re: urlread() inconsistencies

From: Anders Feder
Subject: Re: urlread() inconsistencies
Date: Fri, 13 Aug 2010 22:35:15 +0200

2010/8/4 Jordi Gutiérrez Hermoso <address@hidden>

On 27 July 2010 23:15, Anders Feder <anders.federaddress@hidden> wrote:

> I am experiencing an issue where urlread() interprets data as signed on one
> machine (Octave version 3.0.1), but unsigned on another (Octave version
> 3.2.2). We check the data using disp(). Can anyone please tell me what might
> be causing this inconsistency?

I don't understand. urlread just reads in a string, and doesn't care
what kind of data it's reading. You're saying it actually does read
strings differently depending on version?

I don't know if it is dependent on version, but yes, it does it differently on two different machines. (It can't "not care" - it has to either interpret the data as an unsigned character string or something else).

> (Full details on the issue
> here: )

Quoth the server: 404.

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Anders Feder

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