You can diagnose problems with your MATLAB® program either graphically or programmatically. Both approaches allow you to set breakpoints to pause the execution of your MATLAB program so you can examine values where you think a problem could be.
Note: Debugging using the graphical debugger is not supported in live scripts. For more information, see What Is a Live Script?.
|dbdown||Reverse dbup workspace shift|
|dbquit||Quit debug mode|
|dbstack||Function call stack|
|dbstatus||List all breakpoints|
|dbstep||Execute next executable line from current breakpoint|
|dbstop||Set breakpoints for debugging|
|dbtype||Display file with line numbers|
|dbup||Shift current workspace to workspace of caller in debug mode|
|checkcode||Check MATLAB code files for possible problems|
|keyboard||Input from keyboard|
|mlintrpt||Run checkcode for file or folder|