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Hello,
I was hoping to find a way to print special characters in the command window.
I know how to print special characters in plots:

legend(strcat('d/\lambda = ',num2str(d(1)/lambda)),'d/\lambda = 1')

this works in titles, labels, etc...

Is there something that would do something along the lines of what one might expect from this:

display(strcat('d/\lambda = ',num2str(d(1)/lambda)),'d/\lambda = 1')

Basically, I want to publish a file with outputs using symbols and special characters.  I would like to see d/&#955; = 1, rather than d/lambda = 1

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thanks.

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