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Re: Load Command: Simple Problem, with a simple solution?

From: Tom Weichmann
Subject: Re: Load Command: Simple Problem, with a simple solution?
Date: Fri, 26 Jan 2001 14:11:50 -0500

On Friday January 26 2001 04:23 am, Douglas Eck wrote:
> Hi Martin,
> At least two issues are at play.
> First, octave does not keep track of data files in the
> same way it keeps track of .m files.
> Octave >> ls
> myFun.m     myData.mat
> Octave >> which myFun
> myFun is the user-defined function from the file
> /home/doug/lstm/myFun.m
> Octave >> which myData.mat
> which: `myData.mat' is undefined

> So you'll have to give the load command the full path to your
> data.

Don't forget the Octave which you are using does not use Win32 pathnames.  
You can use either unix style path names with the root (/) being the main 
octave directory, or use this style:

to refer to C:\Program Files\Test\test.m


Hope this helps,

Tom Weichmann

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