Juliette recently suggested that users should be able to fold whatever code they like. While this is a great feature idea, the MATLAB Editor doesn’t currently support folding arbitrary sections of code. You can, however, simulate the feature using cells.
Start by turing on Cell folding in Preferences -> Editor/Debugger -> Code Folding (folding cells is off by default). Now, take your raw code, which we’ll say looks like this:
and insert cell markers before and after the code you want to fold, like this:
Finally, collapse the cell and voila! You’ve folded an arbitrary chunk of code!
I realize this isn’t the ideal solution for folding a random chunk of code, but it’s a reasonable workaround in the meantime.
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