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Force matlab to quit while stuck in an infinite loop?

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Lucas
Lucas 2012년 6월 26일
답변: Ognjen Jova 2020년 1월 13일
I found some newsgroup postings from about 4 years ago and back then there was no way to terminate a script from running in a infinite FOR loop without using ctrl+alt+delete. Has that changed or is there still no way to accomplish that?

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Thomas
Thomas 2012년 6월 26일
try ctrl + c
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Thomas
Thomas 2012년 6월 26일
To stop execution of whatever is currently running, press Ctrl+C or Ctrl+Break. On Apple Macintosh platforms, you can also use Command+. (the Command key and the period key) to stop the program. For certain operations, stopping the program might generate errors in the Command Window.
For files that run a long time, or that call built-ins or MEX-files that run a long time, Ctrl+C does not always effectively stop execution. Typically, this happens on Microsoft Windows platforms rather than UNIX[1] platforms. If you experience this problem, help MATLAB break execution by including a drawnow, pause, or getframe function in your file, for example, within a large loop. Note that Ctrl+C might be less responsive if you start MATLAB with the -nodesktop option.
Thomas
Thomas 2012년 6월 26일
Another helpful link
http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-188VX/

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Anver Hisham
Anver Hisham 2016년 9월 13일
You can use the below function to specify the maximum execution time-limit while running a program,
https://se.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/59120-evalwithtimer

Ognjen Jova
Ognjen Jova 2020년 1월 13일
Thomas you are a god,tnx alot man

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