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Re: Command line parameters

From: Martin Helm
Subject: Re: Command line parameters
Date: Tue, 26 Apr 2011 19:36:34 +0200
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Am Dienstag, 26. April 2011, 19:20:58 schrieb Daryl Lee:
> I'm fairly new to Octave.  I've figured out how to pass command-line
> arguments to a script, but only if that script is an executable script or
> called from the system command line, a la "$ octave myscript.m arg1 arg2".
> Is there a way to do so from the Octave console?  When I am at the Octave
> prompt and type "myscript arg1 arg2" I get "error: invalid use of script in
> index expression."  I'm using Octave 3.2.4 on a Windows 7 64-bit laptop.
> Here is the script that I have so far:
> ====================
> % Display command line
> printf('%s; %d arguments\n', program_name(), nargin);
> arg_list = argv();
> for i = 1:nargin
>     printf('%d argument = %s\n', i, arg_list{i});
> endfor
> printf('\n');
> ====================

I am really not sure if I understood what you want. But what about
system("octave myscript.m a b")

at the octave command prompt?

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