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Re: matching command

From: David Bateman
Subject: Re: matching command
Date: Thu, 15 Dec 2005 12:10:03 +0100
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Andy Pugh wrote:

On 12/15/05, roberto <address@hidden> wrote:
i'd like to ask you how can i find the matching Octave command to a
Matlab command when i do not find it in Octave,

A good start is the database of commands at

I'd say that is a very very bad start, as Paul has since moved on a created octave forge 4 years ago. So the above is very out of date.. A better start is

But that is also about 6 months out of date, (for example in 2.9.x the statistic functions now have the same names as matlab). So if you don't find the function you are looking for in the index, ask or look in the cvs tree and you might...


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