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Aide Scilab >> Fonctions avancées > listfunctions


properties of all functions in the workspace

Calling Sequence

[flist,compiled,profilable,called] = listfunctions([scope])



string, "local" (default) or "global"


string array, names of all the function variables in the specified namespace


boolean array, true if the corresponding element of flist is of type=13


boolean array, true if the corresponding element of flist is of type=13, and additionally profiling information is found in the pseudocode of the function


uint32 array, number of times the corresponding element of flist has been already called (nonzero only for profilable functions)


  • This function checks all the variables in the workspace (given by who) and collects those of type 11 or 13; for the latter, lst=macr2lst(fun) is called, in order to check for the magic profiling entry at the end of the first codeline, i.e. lst(5)(1)=="25".


[flist,compiled,profilable,called] = listfunctions();

See Also

  • function — définition d'une fonction Scilab
  • exec — exécution d'un script (fichier de commandes)
  • deff — on-line definition of function
  • comp — pré-interprétation ou "compilation" de fonctions Scilab
  • fun2string — generates ascii definition of a scilab function
  • profile — extract execution profiles of a Scilab function
  • recompilefunction — recompiles a scilab function, changing its type
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