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This package enables the use of all fonts that are supported by LaTeX in a figure.

strsplit(inpstr,delimiter)
function splittedstring = strsplit(inpstr,delimiter)
%FUNCTION strsplit
%
%-USE:
%
%This function should be used to split a string of delimiter separated
%values.  If all values are numerical values the returned matrix is a
%double array but if there is one non numerical value a cell array is
%returned.  You can check this with the iscell() function.
%
%-SYNTAX
%output = strsplit(inpstr[,delimiter])
%
%inpstr:    string containing delimiter separatede numerical values, eg
%           3498,48869,23908,34.67
%delimiter: optional, if omitted the delimiter is , (comma)
%
%-OUTPUT
%
%An x by 1 matrix containing the splitted values
%
%-INFO
%
%mailto:    gie.spaepen@ua.ac.be
%
%--------------------------------------------------------------------------

% modified for delimiters with size > 1
% by Matthias Pospiech 2009

%Check input arguments
if(nargin < 1)
    error('There is no argument defined');
else
    if(nargin == 1)
        strdelim = ',';
        %Verbose off!! disp 'Delimiter set to ,';
    else
        strdelim = delimiter;
    end
end

%deblank string
deblank(inpstr);

%Get number of substrings
idx  = strfind(inpstr,strdelim);
sizedelimiter = size(delimiter,2);
if size(idx) == 0
    disp 'No delimiter in string, inputString is returned';
    splittedstring = inpstr;
else
    %Define size of the indices
    sz = size(idx,2);
    %Define splittedstring
    tempsplit = {};
    %Loop through string and itinerate from delimiter to delimiter
    for i = 1:sz
        %Define standard start and stop positions for the start position,
        %choose 1 as startup position because otherwise you get an array
        %overflow, for the endposition you can detemine it from the
        %delimiter position
        strtpos = 1;
        endpos = idx(i)-1;
        %If i is not the beginning of the string get it from the delimiter
        %position
        if (i ~= 1)
            strtpos = idx(i-1) + sizedelimiter;
        end      
        %If i is equal to the number of delimiters get the last element
        %first by determining the lengt of the string and then replace the
        %endpos back to a standard position
        if (i == sz)
            endpos = size(inpstr,2); 
            tempsplit(i+1) = {inpstr(idx(i) + sizedelimiter : endpos)};
            endpos = idx(i)-1;
        end
        %Add substring to output: splittedstring a cell array
        tempsplit(i) = {inpstr(strtpos : endpos)};   
    end
    %Flag 
    isallnums = 1;
    %Check is there are NaN values if matrix elements are converted to
    %doubles
    for i = 1:size(tempsplit,2)
        tempdouble = str2double(tempsplit(i));
        if(isnan(tempdouble))
            isallnums = 0;
        end
    end
    %If isallnums = 1 then return a double array otherwise return a cell
    %array
    if(isallnums == 1)
        for i = 1:size(tempsplit,2)
            splittedstring(i) = str2double(tempsplit(i));
        end
    else
        splittedstring = tempsplit;
    end
end

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