|Subject:||Re: Textscan Stops for Missing Data|
|Date:||Sat, 26 Aug 2017 17:09:03 -0500|
Ozzy Lash wrote
> Have you tried setting the "WhiteSpace" option so that it doesn't include
> \t? I see different behavior with that. The only problem is, your file
> has a few lines that start with a tab, and that trows the processing off.
> If I get rid of those tabs, it reads 110 entries.
> The argument I used was "WhiteSpace", " \b\n\r"
> Reading the documentation is strread for I see the default is " \b\n\r\t"
Sorry but it looks like you're a bit confused?
strread.m isn't the engine behind textscan anymore.
Nowadays textscan is a separate, binary function and as such much faster
than the combo textscan.m+strread.m used to be.
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