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NaNs in ascii

From: Mike Miller
Subject: NaNs in ascii
Date: Sat, 26 Oct 2002 14:37:25 -0500 (CDT)

What am I doing wrong?  Here's what happens:

# echo '1 NaN' > junk.txt
# octave
octave:1> load junk.txt
octave:2> disp(junk)
  1  1

So the NaN has become a 1.

Even when I create the data in octave and use save -ascii, I can't bring
it back in using load -ascii when there is a NaN in the matrix.

Thanks in advance for any clues.


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