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Re: polyfit weirdness

From: Scott Lamb
Subject: Re: polyfit weirdness
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 2003 11:11:43 -0600
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Miquel Cabanas wrote:
your example works perfectly well on my PC running GNU/Debian
3.0r1 as you wrote it, i.e. without scaling f1 as Etienne
suggested. Thus, I would say this is not a problem of Octave
itself, but probably a problem of the particular version you're

Which OS, platform and Octave version are you using? Did you
compile it yourself? If not, where did you get it from?

I've tried this with the packaged 2.1.36 on RedHat and a self-compiled 2.1.44 on cygwin. I can't really try the 2.0 series, as I'm using gcc3.

What version does Debian 3.0r1 have?


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