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Re: Double problem in Matlab's magic.m

From: Henry F. Mollet
Subject: Re: Double problem in Matlab's magic.m
Date: Fri, 09 May 2003 16:11:12 -0700
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on 5/9/03 6:50 AM, Quentin Spencer at address@hidden wrote:

> Henry F. Mollet wrote:
>> Presumably, 'mod' is modulus function but it's not in the GNU Octave
>> Function Index (Hard Copy for Octave version 2.0.13) and  help cannot find
>> it in my copy either (GNU Octave, version 2.1.35 (powerpc-apple-darwin6.2).
>> However, the Octave program 'magic' by PK is using it?
>> Henry
> The mod function was in octave-forge, but has been moved into the main
> octave distribution sometime after 2.1.35. Here's the current CVS
> version (minus some commented stuff at the end):

Thanks again but I'm not "there" yet. Apparently I also need 'isscalar"
octave:14> M=magic(5)
error: `isscalar' undefined near line 45 column 40
error: called from `mod' in file `/Users/mollet/ClassWWB/mod.m'
error: called from `magic' in file `/Users/mollet/ClassWWB/magic.m'
octave:14> help isscalar
help: sorry, `isscalar' is not documented

I probably should go to a more recent version of Octave but this is beyond
my current capabilities as I needed help to install what I'm using now (Fink
installation for Mac OS 10.2 which took overnight). I may have to wait or
check if a binary is now available for Mac OS 10.2.6.


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