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Topic: How to tell matlab to ignore a chunk of code
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Paul

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How to tell matlab to ignore a chunk of code
Posted: Mar 10, 2013 8:59 PM
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In C, one can pragmas designate entire sections of code to be
ignored. I can use the Matlab "if" statement to accomplish the same
thing in Matlab, but it doesn't work if the code to be ignored
contains a nested function. Apart from commenting out the entire
section, is there a way to bookend the section of code with some kind
of flag to accomplish the same thing? I am not compiling the code for
stand alone execution.



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