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Use m file from console from other directory
I use Linux.
Here is the problem. I need to run Matlab from console and calculate some things that use my functions contained in m files. When the m file (for example myfunction.m) is in the directory where I start matlab then I do it like this:
matlab -nojvm -r myfunction
This command calculates the myfunction at start, and that is what I need.
The problem is if I need to calculate something that is not inside the directory where I start matlab. I've tried:
matlab -nojvm -r /somedir/myfunction, but that doesn't work. Is there a solution for this?
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