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## Invoking my "edit.m" using "edit fn" instead of "edit('fn')"

**From**: |
colincampbell |

**Subject**: |
Invoking my "edit.m" using "edit fn" instead of "edit('fn')" |

**Date**: |
Tue, 3 Sep 2002 21:37:26 -0500 |

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Dear Octave community:
How do I invoke my "edit.m" function (which takes one argument) using:
edit fn
instead of
edit('fn')
as I can in Matlab, and as Octave allows with certain functions, e.g.:
"hold on" and "type fn"?
I remember reading about this somewhere, but a subsequent search of
the Octave manual and Octave FAQ and these archives has not been
successful for me. Hence this post. Thank you and best regards,
Colin Campbell
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**Invoking my "edit.m" using "edit fn" instead of "edit('fn')"**,
*colincampbell* **<=**