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funcprot

switch scilab functions protection mode

Calling Sequence

prot=funcprot()
funcprot(prot)

Arguments

prot

integer with possible values 0,1,2

Description

Scilab functions are variable, funcprot allows the user to specify what scilab do when such variables are redefined.

  • If prot==0 nothing special is done

  • If prot==1 scilab issues a warning message when a function is redefined (default mode)

  • If prot==2 scilab issues an error when a function is redefined

Examples

funcprot(1)
deff('[x]=foo(a)','x=a')
deff('[x]=foo(a)','x=a+1')
foo=33
funcprot(0)
deff('[x]=foo(a)','x=a')
deff('[x]=foo(a)','x=a+1')
foo=33
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