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[Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #37650] the `inputParser' function is not yet

From: Felipe G. Nievinski
Subject: [Octave-bug-tracker] [bug #37650] the `inputParser' function is not yet implemented
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2014 15:25:08 +0000
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Follow-up Comment #21, bug #37650 (project octave):

For those of you -- like me -- stuck with 
Matlab/Octave cross-compatibility requirements:
This is a wrapper for Octave's and Matlab's inputParser routines, 
so that m-code can be ran unmodified in both environments.  Code 
originally written for Matlab need only append a "2" suffix to the 
to the initial call to inputParser, i.e, p = inputParser2 (); it is
also recommended to add a call to dispose(p) just before the end of 
the function using inputParser2(), to free up its memory resources.
Code originally written for Octave which wishes cross-compatiblity 
with Matlab would need to be modified, adopting earlier the syntax 
that will only become available in Octave after classdef is fully 
implemented.  The input/output syntax of the inputParser2 wrapper 
is intended to adhere to Matlab's syntax and remain stable despite 
future changes in the Octave implementation called internally.


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