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Re: low level I/O (GPIB, USBTMC, VXI11)

From: Stefan Mahr
Subject: Re: low level I/O (GPIB, USBTMC, VXI11)
Date: Sun, 25 Nov 2012 14:08:44 +0100
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Richard wrote:
On 25/11/2012 11:25, c. wrote:
On 25 Nov 2012, at 10:21, Stefan Mahr wrote:

The instrument control package at octave forge creates a class as
kind of file descriptor. While there are methods to access read,
write, etc. from C++ / oct-File, there are no methods when using from

I know that classdef for .m file is not ready yet. Is it the same for
.oct files?
I am not completely sure what you mean, is it something related to
these threads?

could you please explain a bit better?


I suspect he wants to do something like this:


Example based an instrument control / serial:


Matlab has a second way to call a method:

  a.close;  or   a.srl_close;

I don't know the actual state of octaves OOP, so my question is: Is the second way already supported by octave? If yes, what's wrong with the .oct file? Also, I would expect the list of the methods by calling



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