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Erwin Giling

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How to resume an interrupted script?
Posted: Jul 17, 1997 5:01 AM
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A powerful feature of an interactive (command line) language is that you
can interrupt a script or function, inspect variables or even change
them, and then resume the script. Say after one hour of computations you
want to check progress and intermediate results and then resume the
program.

Why does Matlab not have such a feature? Even on my good ol' commodore
64 BASIC interpreter you could type "goto 12345" and resume the
program!! :-) :-) :-)

All the best,

Erwin Giling





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