|Subject:||Re: fread(fid,16,'*char') error|
|Date:||Thu, 29 Jun 2006 15:11:18 -0500|
|User-agent:||Thunderbird 18.104.22.168 (Windows/20060516)|
David Grohmann wrote:
It appears that changing all instances of "*char" to "char=>char" makes octave no longer complain.I am running octave 2.9.6 on a 4 processor Xeon linux machine I have this line in an m file that runs in matlab, I am in the process of getting it to run in octave. fread(fid,16,'*char') Octave returns this error. error: unable to find matching native data type for *char But reading the documentation that octave gives for fread this should be ok. Any ideas?
Octave claims to be doing this automatically, but apparently it does not. Is this a known bug?
"The precision argument may also specify a type conversion. For example, `int16=>int32' causes
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