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ktfuller (Structural) (OP)
19 Jan 07 8:03
Does anyone know how I can insert Greek characters into the text string of a fprintf statement?  For example, I would like to have something along the lines of:

fprintf('Concrete Shear Capacity (phi*Vc) = %3.0f \n', OneWayShearCap);

As opposed to typing phi, I would like to insert the Greek character phi.

I am using Matlab 7, R14.  

Thanks in advance!
IRstuff (Aerospace)
19 Jan 07 12:31
Have you looked at the help file on the LaTex interpreter?


ktfuller (Structural) (OP)
19 Jan 07 13:04
I have looked in the Help Menu, but it appears to me that it only describes inserting such characters in plot(), not fprintf().  

Am I missing something?

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