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Octave notepad++

Octave notepad++

Octave notepad++

(OP)
Hello.
I am new to Octave for windows. I would like to know how to run an m-file I write in the notepad++ gui.
Are there any tutorials available?
Thanks,

RE: Octave notepad++

Save it in the working directory (use pwd to find out what it is and cd to change it like in unix) and then type the name at the octave commmand line. There is an IDE for Octave but it is in alpha and not really useable. I don't know of any tutorials, just read the help and steal matlab code!

 

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RE: Octave notepad++

(OP)
Thanks. Worked perfectly. I have another question. I tried the same procedure to run a C code I wrote but it doesn't seem to work. There must be another way for different types of code.  

RE: Octave notepad++

(OP)
Thanks anyways

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