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John W. Eaton
Mon, 2 Nov 1998 13:08:17 -0600 (CST)
On 30-Oct-1998, Raul Tanco <address@hidden> wrote:
| how can I create an executable script
| in windows 95, and then
| run it typing octave <executable file>.
I'm not sure I understand the question (is it just me, or have there
been a lot of vague questions on this list lately?).
Can you explain why creating a file (say foo.m) with Octave commands
doesn't work? Does it fail in different ways if you try this at the
DOS prompt or the bash prompt?
I no longer have a convenient way to test Octave under Windows, so you
should probably reply to the list and see if someone else can help you.
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