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recompilefunction

recompiles a scilab function, changing its type

Calling Sequence

recompilefunction(funname [,kind [,force]])

Arguments

funname

string, name of the function to recompile

kind

string: "n" (noncompiled, type 11), "c" (compiled, type 13) or "p" (compiled, type 13, with provision for profiling). Default "c".

force

boolean. If false, the function is recomplied only if its kind changes; if true, it is recompiled even if it keeps the same kind (notably useful to recompile a "p" function, to reset the profiling statistics).

Description

  • This function reverse-compiles a function variable via fun2string, and recompiles it to the desired kind with deff.

Examples

recompilefunction("asinh","p")
for i=1:100; asinh(rand(100,100)); end
showprofile(asinh)

Authors

Enrico Segre

Bibliography

http://wiki.scilab.org/Scilab_function_variables%3A_representation%2C_manipulation

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Last updated:
Wed Jan 26 16:23:48 CET 2011