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Topic: How do you view the guts of a built-in function?
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GIRAY

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How do you view the guts of a built-in function?
Posted: Jan 16, 2010 2:40 AM
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I want to see the inside of a built-in function, for example the exp function. What command do I have to use in order to view the function itself. I don't want to use doc or help commands, but instead I want to see the function itself with the first line saying

function[outputs] = myfunction(inputs)
blah
blah
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blah.


thanks!




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