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Good MATLAB Programming Practices

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12 Sep 2002 (Updated )

For the non-programmer.

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Some basic guidelines for good style gathered from CSSM and later compiled with my own preferences, possibly leaving out valid points. For the full thread, unedited, see CSSM.

In PDF format, e-mail me for ghostscript.

Four pages plus summary sheet.

MATLAB release MATLAB 5.3 (R11)
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Comments and Ratings (18)
15 May 2013 Rainer Schmitt  
10 Jun 2010 shaodong SONG

to Stefan: I think you can use GSView to open it.

18 May 2010 Stefan

If I could, I would delete my old rating. Because in gnmp2 is same content, just other font.
After some hours, I was able to identify, that the few letters I have seen in gnmp1 should be same like in gmp2.

18 May 2010 Stefan

Sorry, I cannot open this document correctly, because the included font "OLNBAN+cmr17" could not be found.

Do you have another version without this problem or a hint how to solve? Google didn't find anyfont with this name.

Please update it here, if there is a new version. Thanks.

03 Jan 2007 Vishnuvenkatesh Dhage

basic guidelines express in a lucide manner

16 May 2006 James Jun  
08 Mar 2006 daza erbaa  
04 Jan 2006 Jano snm  
28 Mar 2005 jesen wang

I need the file in pdf.can you send it to me???

03 Jan 2005 Jolayemi Bukola

Please, I want to good in programming section and I don't know how to do that?

28 Oct 2004 Nazabat Hussain Awan  
05 Jul 2004 Kerby Chan  
26 Mar 2004 MURALI REDDY  
04 Mar 2004 xu wei

I am interesting in MATLAB. I want to learn it.

05 Jan 2004 duong mai thanh duong mai thanh  
24 Oct 2003 kannan krishnaswamy  
06 Jul 2003 Shuangwei Hu

Very useful especially for new-learners like me!Good advices for the non-programmer.

14 Dec 2002 Badr Hamad  

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