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Scilab Help >> Advanced functions > fun2string

fun2string

generates ASCII definition of a Scilab function

Calling Sequence

txt = fun2string(fun, name)

Arguments

fun

a function type variable.

name

a character string, the generated function name.

txt

a column vector of strings, the text giving the Scilab instructions.

Description

Given a loaded Scilab function pseudo-code fun2string allows to re-generate the code. The generated code is indented and beautified.

The mechanism is similar, but simpler than the mfile2sci one. It may be adapted for syntax translations.

Examples

txt = fun2string(asinh,'foo');
write(%io(2),txt,'(a)')

See Also

  • exec — script file execution
  • edit — function editing
  • macrovar — variables of function
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