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## .oct: load matrix from file

**From**: |
Andy Jacobson |

**Subject**: |
.oct: load matrix from file |

**Date**: |
Fri, 20 Oct 2000 16:01:37 +0200 |

Howdy,
I am a rank beginner at the .oct game, and I am having a
difficult time seeing the forest through the trees.
There is an operation I want to make on a sequence of n
matrices, P1, P2, ....Pn, all stored in a single .mat file. I
would like to access these matrices from an .oct function, but
I can't quite grok the philosophy behind the source. I had
hoped that the octave_value_list returned by an feval of
"load" would give the set of matrices in the file, but this is
not so; the returned list is empty (and the matrices are loaded
into the interpreter environment).
I have pored over the source but can find no hint of a .cc
file doing such a thing. Anybody have a pointer to
enlightening examples?
Peace,
Andy
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**.oct: load matrix from file**,
*Andy Jacobson* **<=**