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-i am not the most experienced matlab programer how ever, i am trying to exploite an batch script that i have previously writen.
by using uigetfile i will get an array of file names in Filnames i.e test.txt test2.txt test3.txt
i wish to pass this along to the batch script. and have tried !C:\test.bat Filnames(:,1) Filnames(:,2) Filnames(:,3)
but the batch script only recive the text as above: Echo Filnames(:,1) ......
any solultion to pass the found filname to an batch script ?
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I would do it this way
cmd = sprintf( 'c:\\test.bat %s %s %s', file(:,1), file(:,2), file(:,3) ); msg = dos( cmd );
because that allows me to inspect cmd. I can even copy&paste cmd to the Command Prompt and check that it works.
Replace dos by system if you are on Unix.
Have you seen the FAQ: http://matlab.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ#How_can_I_process_a_sequence_of_files.3F