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Re: output and command screen

From: Andy Buckle
Subject: Re: output and command screen
Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2011 09:47:44 +0000

On Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 9:41 AM, Keshab Man Shrestha <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Andy,
>        I am using Windows 7. To run octave I click a short-cut (from the 
> start menu) which points to "C:\Octave\3.2.4_gcc-4.4.0\bin\octave-3.2.4.exe". 
> Then, an Octave window opens up with octave prompt (e.g., 
> "octave-3.2.4.exc:1"). I cd to the folder where my program (.m file is 
> located). Then, I type the name of my *.m file without the extension. This 
> starts calculations which is supposed to produce many pages of output. 
> However, I do not see the output until the program finishes running. I would 
> prefer to see the output as it reaches the appropriate points in the program 
> which is supposed to produce the output. Once the program finished running, 
> it will produce the multiple pages of output where I can go back and forward 
> using 'b' and 'f' or quit by typing 'q'. Once I type 'q', the output 
> disappears and I go back to the command window where I type the *.m file to 
> run the program.

I think typing "more off" before running your script may be the solution.

If you prefer this, and want it to happen all the time, then create a
.octaverc (rc means run control) file with a "more off" line in. The
.octaverc can be put a few places, I prefer "%homepath%\.octaverc"

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