On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 1:01 AM, findtype wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> Here's two cents' worth of testing....
> (1) Function definition and call to imread() worked fine:
> function [ I ] = readImage()
> I = imread( "scene1.jpg" );
> fprintf( "Image size read in:\n" );
> [m,n,k] = size( I )
> (2) Graphing a "chirped" sine wave via plot() failed:
> function makePlot()
> m = 1000;
> a = [1/m:1/m:1]';
> b = zeros( size(a) );
> for( i=1:m )
> b(i,1) = sin( 2*pi/a(i,1) );
> grid( "on" );
> This drew the following....
> error: Invalid call to strcat. Correct usage is:
> -- function File: strcat (S1, S2, ...)
> error: called from:
> error: /usr/share/octave/3.4.0/m/help/print_usage.m at line 87, column
> etc. etc.
> So, I must have installed something incorrectly, since it worked previously
> cygwin 1.7.8-1,
> octave 3.4.0-2,
> libgfortran3 4.3.4-3,
> libGraphicsMagick3-1.3.12-2. Would you please look into this and let
> me know what to correct?
> Ted F.