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Topic: making a script aware of the system it is running on
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Re: making a script aware of the system it is running on
Posted: Dec 2, 2011 10:03 AM
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On 12/2/2011 8:28 AM, nukeymusic wrote:
> On 2 dec, 15:19, "Steven_Lord"<sl...@mathworks.com> wrote:
...

>> Look at the help for the COMPUTER and ISPC functions. Also pay attention to
>> the "See also" sections of the help for those functions.

...

> Yes you are right, that's what I was looking for: ispc is all I need.
...

Which is, of course, the info I pointed you to in my first response...
:)

Also note that a little use of the features available there might have
shortened your quest...

>> lookfor pc
ISPC True for the PC (Windows) version of MATLAB.
ISPPC True for Macintosh PowerPC.
PCODE Create pre-parsed pseudo-code file (P-file).
PCHIP Piecewise Cubic Hermite Interpolating Polynomial.
PCG Preconditioned Conjugate Gradients Method
SPCONVERT Import from sparse matrix external format.
PCOLOR Pseudocolor (checkerboard) plot.
...

"lookfor" function from the command window and the index/search
functions in the doc form of the help files are quite useful if one will
actually use them...

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