Script - matlab, MATLAB Programming

Script - MATLAB:

The script is a series of MATLAB instructions which is stored in a file and saved. The contents of a script can be showed in the Command Window by using the type command. The script can be run or executed by simply entering the name of the file without the .m extension.

 

 

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