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Re: octave-forge DOCSTRINGS

From: Joe Koski
Subject: Re: octave-forge DOCSTRINGS
Date: Sat, 07 Jan 2006 13:46:21 -0700
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How about typing help at the Octave prompt? This even lists the non-octave
.m and .oct files that are installed on my system. Copying to a text editor
would not be difficult if you turn "more off".


on 1/7/06 12:40 PM, Jorge Barros de Abreu at address@hidden wrote:

> Hi
> Is there a version of DOCSTRINGS file in octave-forge?
> Is there a file with all docs of all functions in octave-forge?
> Is all functions files of the form *.m ?
> Are all docs about function files into *.m files?
> []´s

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