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13: Formatted Input, Output

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    • 13.1: sprintf() and fprintf() Part 1
      fprintf() and sprintf() allow more detailed control of print formatting.
    • 13.2: fprintf() to a file
      MATLAB provides scripting and automation tools that can simplify repetitive computational tasks. For example, a series of commands executed in a MATLAB session to solve a problem can be saved in a script file called an m-file. An m-file can be executed from the command line by typing the name of the file or by pressing the run button in the built-in text editor tool bar.
    • 13.3: Reading from an Excel file in MATLAB and Octave
    • 13.4: Writing Scripts, input(), disp(), num2str(), more
      MATLAB provides scripting and automation tools that can simplify repetitive computational tasks. For example, a series of commands executed in a MATLAB session to solve a problem can be saved in a script file called an m-file. An m-file can be executed from the command line by typing the name of the file or by pressing the run button in the built-in text editor tool bar.
    • 13.5: Chapter 13 videos English and Espanol
      Chapter 13 videos English and Espanol

    We covered the input(), disp(), and num2str() functions in chapter 7.

    This chapter will cover functions that give the user additional options for input and output ("I/O").


    This page titled 13: Formatted Input, Output is shared under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Carey Smith.

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