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## binary versions of functions

**From**: |
Brian Blais |

**Subject**: |
binary versions of functions |

**Date**: |
Sun, 10 Oct 2004 19:49:23 -0400 |

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Hello,

`I have only recently been introduced to octave, and really like it so
``far. Most of my experience comes from Matlab, but I have used Scilab
``for about a year. I was wondering if the following thing is possible in
``octave. Sometimes, during my teaching, I like to give students code
``that works, but is only runnable, not readable. In Matlab you can make
``p-files, and in scilab you can save functions as .bin files, and load
``them later. In each of these cases the students can load and run the
``code, but can't see the source. Is there such a thing in octave? If
``not, can anyone think of some way I could distribute working code, but
``not have the source readable?
`
thanks for the help,
Brian Blais
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**binary versions of functions**,
*Brian Blais* **<=**