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Muting breakpoints 11

Posted by admin,

Debugging is an integral part of my workflow. One thing I continually encounter is the need to quickly disable all my breakpoints. After spending time inserting breakpoints at the right places with the right conditions, I sometimes want to quickly mute (disable) all of my breakpoints without actually removing them.... read more >>

Model-Based Design in the MATLAB Desktop 2

Posted by Michael Katz,

In honor of our newest blog, Seth on Simulink, I’m dedicating this week to some useful features for Model Based Design in the MATLAB desktop. The following is a survey of the various tools that come with MATLAB (available to everybody, depending on release), and how they can be used... read more >>

Making a feature request 8

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It’s pretty clear that MATLAB users have some great ideas on how to make the product better. Browsing through this blog’s comments reveals some of those ideas. We love your suggestions as responses to blog entries, but if you think you’ve got a really great idea, I’d encourage you to... read more >>

Hanging out at the Document Bar 6

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When you have multiple documents (M-Files in the Editor, variables in the Array Editor, docked Figures, etc) open within a MATLAB desktop tool there is an activation button corresponding to each document. The area where these buttons appear is referred to as the “Document Bar”. The document bar... read more >>

Shortcuts for commonly used code 30

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If you haven’t discovered Shortcuts yet, you should. Shortcuts are useful for storing small snippets of m-code that you regularly run. If you find yourself typing the same 3 or 4 lines of code everyday, you should select those lines in the Command History (or the Command Window)... read more >>

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