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Asked by AP

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on 9 Jun 2011

How can I save variables that is used inside a function? Can I somehow use SAVE command that save the local variables of a function without specifying their name? Something like SAVE ALL.

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Answer by Paulo Silva

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on 9 Jun 2011

To save all the variables that are inside the function to the file MyFunVariables.mat in the current directory do this

save('MyFunVariables.mat')

or this

save 'MyFunVariables.mat'

The code must be inside the function!

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Matt Fig

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on 9 Jun 2011

Not only must the code Paulo gives be in the function, but it should appear in a location within the function where the variables of interest are defined. For example, as the last line in the main function (before the subfunctions, if any).
If, for example, the code was placed as the first line of the function, the only things saved would be the input arguments.

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