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Re: load

From: Vincent Stanford
Subject: Re: load
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 20:18:13 -0400

Dear Dave,

I don't know if this is what you need, but here is what I did:
function computePDFs
> %----------------------------
>  % open file and read in data
> %----------------------------
> xMean=sum(x)/n

This reads the file SoundCheck.22k from the directory that I am running
the emacs session with the inferior octave mode ession.  The file is just
a bunch of shorts (int16), and gets turned into the usual double array.
Guess you could put in a fully qualified file name if you don't want to
read from the session directory.  Hope this helps.

Vince Stanford

David DS Barnes wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm trying to load a file from within a function,
> I know the file exists within a subdirectory,
> and I have assigned a string 'wFile' as 'subdir/file'
> when I put the line
>         load wFile
> in the function, I get the message:
>         error: load: couldn't open input file `wFile'
> but if I repeat the command on the command line,
> I can load it just fine
> Can anyone help me here, since I really need to
> have this in a repeatable way...

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