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filemarker

Character to separate file name and internal function name

Syntax

M = filemarker

Description

M = filemarker returns the character that separates a file and a within-file function name.

Examples

On the Microsoft® Windows® platform, for example, filemarker returns the '>' character:

filemarker

ans =
   >

You can use the following command on any platform to get the help text for the local function pdeodes defined in pdepe.m:

 helptext = help(['imwrite' filemarker 'validateSizes'])

helptext =
  How many bytes does each element occupy in memory? 

You can use the filemarker character to indicate a location within a MATLAB® program file where you want to set a breakpoint, for example. On all platforms, if you need to distinguish between two nested functions with the same name, use the forward slash (/) character to indicate the path to a particular instance of a function.

For instance, suppose myfile.m contains the following code:

function x = A(p1, p2)
...
		function y = B(p3)
    ...
		end
		function m = C(p4)
    ...
    end
end

function z = C(p5)
...
		function y = D(p6)
    ...
		end
end 

To indicate that you want to set a breakpoint at function y nested within function x, use the following command on the Windows platform:

dbstop myfile>x/y

To indicate that you want to set a breakpoint at function m nested within function x use the following command on the Windows platform:

dbstop myfile>m

In the first case, you specify x/y because myfile.m contains two nested functions named y. In the second case, there is no need to specify x/m because there is only one function m within myfile.m.

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