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I have a huge matlab program (.m file) which is a higher level model of some design and this program has bunch of variables. I want to store these variables in different/separate matlab file which should be .m file. So, I want in this way because I want to make changes with the variable values and run the original matlab program, basically run experiments with the model with new variable values. I know we can store varibles in mat file but it is not writable. So, basically my question comes down to this, I can store varibales in a separate m file but everytime I run the original program, how can I include and load the variables (m file) in the original matlab program file (m file)?
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There are many more or less smelly alternatives, one of which is a "data class". Example:
classdef MyInput properties ( Constant = true ) p01 = 17; end end
refer to the data in your huge program with
>> MyInput.p01 ans = 17
This approach helps make your code a bit more readable.
"... make changes with the variable values ..." - how many variable?