Functions2175 (11/21/2009 6:28:50 AM) Hi,
can someone tell me why the following script at the Scilab promt stops the
echoing of subsequent commands and their results to the screen ?
function y=foo(x,g) ; y=g(x) ; endfunction
encoding problem with mputl0163 (11/20/2009 3:22:32 PM) Hi every body,
I use mputl to write strings in a text file. The file generated by
mputl has encoding UTF-8, whereas I prefer ISO-8859-1 encoding. See
example below (with scilab 5.1.1 on windows XP):
Scilab Help Files2144 (11/12/2009 9:56:57 AM) I have created several functions that I use regurlarly. I would like
to add some info about these functions in the Scilab Help so that when
I type "help myfunction" I've got all the info regarding my function... carlos.meza.benavides(1)
routine optim dans scilab1158 (11/12/2009 10:23:51 AM) Bonjour,
j'=E9prouve un certain nombre de difficult=E9s =E0 faire fonctionner la
commande optim dans scilab. En particulier, je ne comprends pas
comment fonctionnent les param=E8tres nap [,iter [,epsg [,epsf... abergel.ens(1)
Scicos 4.2 If Then Else Block2180 (11/10/2009 7:31:58 PM) Hello,
I'm new in using scilab/scicos and I've a problem regarding conditions
in scicos. I was thinking about using the "If Then Else block", but I
don't know how to use this one correctly. Unfortunately I... jan.rabold(1)
I give up: Where/what is the scilab path for functions?3242 (11/14/2009 11:34:51 PM) Hello -
OK.. I have some .SCI code to install so that scilab 5.1.1 can find it.
This on a WinXP system. Where do I put homebrew .SCI files? Where
is %path or %PATH ?
I type "path" into the help... Walking
How to use Cauchy integral intc?1264 (11/10/2009 10:20:03 PM) Dear Scilab Group,
I need to numerically integrate a complex-valued function along the
real line. The easiest way would be to call the Cauchy integral intc.
My function is,
function Hwrkzw=kernel_168_1(... stebla(5)
javasci examples0342 (11/12/2009 12:45:32 AM) Could somebody point me to an _extremely_ explicit example of running
or using the javasci examples?
The readme seems seriously out of date; referring to files not there.
The .bat file are made for DOS.
how to open scicos files using text editor2201 (11/7/2009 4:15:13 PM) Hi All,
I would like to open scicos files using a text editor, because I want
to make a script that opens the scicos model and do some processing.
In matlab simulink it is possible to open the simulink model... Ahmed