>Mike Craymer <[hidden email]> wrote:
>: 1. How do I get the diary command to copy output of my function? My
>: output is generated by many disp commands? I doesn't seem to work
>: for me.
>: 2. How can I test for zero input arguments in a function. nargin
>: apparently gives 1 for both zero and one argument.
At 1:05 AM 2/5/96, John W. Eaton wrote:
>Both of these things seem to work correctly for me with 1.1.1. What
>version are you using? If it is 1.1.1, please submit a complete bug
>report to [hidden email].
Whoops, I forgot to say I'm using "version = 1.1.0" on "computer =
hppa1.1-hp-hpux9.01". Did I say 1.1.0 ? Stupid me, I forgot I was still
using the old version! Sorry about that. I've asked our systems guy to
install the new one right away.
I also apologize for not using a formal bug report. I was assuming that I
did something wrong or misunderstood normal octave behaviour. In future
I'll try to remember to use Octave's bug_report command. I'll also try to
remember to check the bug reports on the octave web site -- in this case
the 1995 archives contained two reports (#26,29) on the nargin problem.