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Re: How to input tabular data through a form?

From: Henry F. Mollet
Subject: Re: How to input tabular data through a form?
Date: Wed, 22 Jan 2003 07:44:15 -0800
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Many thanks Miguel,
I don't know why I should have got the log-in screen during my first try. I
found the function I was looking ('octave-ci/filefun/aload.m'). I'm getting
closer but I'm not "there" yet. Octave now finds the "aload" function and
the file "Workook1.csv" but it is still "no go" (see below).

octave:1> X = aload("Workbook1.csv", Inf, Inf, ",");
error: single index only valid for row or column vector
error: evaluating argument list element number 2
error: evaluating index expression near line 106, column 7
error: evaluating assignment expression near line 106, column 5
error: called from `aload' in file `/Users/mollet/CandO/aload.m'

on 1/22/03 1:31 AM, Miquel Cabanas at address@hidden wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 21, 2003 at 09:26:38AM -0800, Henry F. Mollet wrote:
>> octave:1> A = aload("Workbook1.csv", Inf, Inf, ",")
>> error: `aload' undefined near line 1 column 5
>> I assume that means that I have to download the 'aload'
>> function but how to I get into the ftp site: User ID =?,
>> Password =?, Account =?
> none of these is required. Just type
> into your favourite web browser (Netscape and MS-IExplorer
> are probably the most popular ones) and you'll be there.
> Then, click on top of the file "octave-ci.tar.gz" and it
> should immediately begin to download into your computer.
> You will need 'gunzip' and 'tar' to decompress and extract
> it, though I seem to recall modern versions of zip programs
> do handle it. In case of need, let me know and I will
> transform it into a zip file and send it to you by email
> (it's rather small).
> Alternatively, you can open an anonymous ftp session with
> user "anonymous" or "ftp" and your email address as password.
> Then "cd" into "pub/octave" and download the file with "get".
> Make sure you set the transfer mode to binary.
> Miquel

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