While working in MATLAB, you issue commands that create variables and call functions. For an introduction, see Enter Statements in Command Window.
|Most recent answer|
|Clear Command Window|
|Log Command Window text to file|
|Set output display format for Command Window|
|Send cursor home|
|Determine whether input is MATLAB keyword|
|Control paged output in Command Window|
|Select the Command Window|
|Open Command History window|
|Output display format in Command Window|
Enter individual statements in the Command Window while working in MATLAB.
- Continue Long Statements on Multiple Lines
- Variable Names
- Check Syntax as You Type
- Case and Space Sensitivity
Format the output display in the Command Window and the Live Editor.
MATLAB provides a large number of functions that perform computational tasks. To call a function, enclose its input arguments in parentheses.
- Find Functions to Use
- Name=Value in Function Calls
- Ignore Function Outputs
- Choose Command Syntax or Function Syntax
Stop the execution of a MATLAB command.
A MATLAB favorite command is an easy way to run a group of MATLAB commands that you use regularly.
To keep an activity log of your MATLAB session, use the
Search text currently in the Command Window or Command History Window.
Specify appearance and behavior of the Command Window and its output.
Specify how often to save automatically the history file and the types of statements to exclude.
Settings for delimiter matching in the Command Window, Editor, and Live Editor.
Troubleshoot error message related to undefined function or variable.