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Instrument object properties


out = get(obj)
out = get(obj,'PropertyName')



An instrument object or an array of instrument objects.


A property name or a cell array of property names.


A single property value, a structure of property values, or a cell array of property values.


get(obj) returns all property names and their current values to the command line for obj. The properties are divided into two sections. The base properties are listed first and the object-specific properties are listed second.

out = get(obj) returns the structure out where each field name is the name of a property of obj, and each field contains the value of that property.

out = get(obj,'PropertyName') returns the value out of the property specified by PropertyName for obj. If PropertyName is replaced by a 1-by-n or n-by-1 cell array of character vectors containing property names, then get returns a 1-by-n cell array of values to out. If obj is an array of instrument objects, then out will be an m-by-n cell array of property values where m is equal to the length of obj and n is equal to the number of properties specified.


This example illustrates some of the ways you can use get to return property values for the GPIB object g.

g = gpib('ni',0,1);
out1 = get(g);
out2 = get(g,{'PrimaryAddress','EOSCharCode'});
ans =


When specifying a property name, you can do so without regard to case, and you can make use of property name completion. For example, if g is a GPIB object, then these commands are all valid.

out = get(g,'EOSMode');
out = get(g,'eosmode');
out = get(g,'EOSM');

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Introduced before R2006a

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