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RE: re-interpreting Octave output

From: William Krekeler
Subject: RE: re-interpreting Octave output
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2011 20:49:05 +0000

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Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2011 2:38 PM
To: Przemek Klosowski
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Subject: Re: re-interpreting Octave output


More naively, a related question is this.  How do you select a part of the output for further use?  Is there a way to 
copy it to a clipboard?  The output from my octave (in cygwin), does not respond to mouse commands.  


Ted F.  




You might try enabling the mouse edit features for cygwin. Right click on the shortcut you use to open cygwin, select properties. Go to the options tab and check 'QuickEdit mode' and 'Insert mode'. Reopen cygwin, launch octave and see if you can now use the mouse to highlight (hold left mouse and drag) and paste (right-click while highlighted selection is highlighted).


Alternatively you could dump the results of your calculations to a file using fopen, fwrite, and fclose. Or save to an oct or mat binary file that can be read using the load command in octave.


William Krekeler

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