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cch

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Sky Sartorius (view profile)

 

29 Aug 2013 (Updated )

CCH saves keystrokes in resetting MATLAB by running the commands close, clear, and home.

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CCH accepts arguments to be passed to the CLEAR command. If one of the arguments is '-BREAKS', breakpoints will not be cleared.

By default (modifiable), CCH by itself with no arguments is the same as CCH ALL -BREAKS.

Over the years, I've used a micro-script version of this on the order of dozens or even hundreds of times in a typical day of using MATLAB. It's also the first line of many of my utility scripts and shortcuts.

There are two similar submissions on the file exchange, but both use "clc" instead of "home", which in my experience sometimes results in throwing away useful command window history information when you wish you hadn't. I'm therefore a proponent using "home" over "clc" — perhaps I can convert some users with this submission.

Acknowledgements

Clr == Clear All; Close All; Clc;, Ccc, and Clear Most inspired this file.

MATLAB release MATLAB 8.1 (R2013a)
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07 Sep 2013 Jan Simon

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As usual I warn that "clear all" removes all loaded M-files from the memory and reloading is expensive. But removing all breakpoints is worse, because it impedes a debugging. See Stefan's comment (23 Jul 2013) in http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/42559-ccc for a method to restore the break points.

As before for similar functions, I do not rate, because in my opinion this earns 1 star (due to the "clear all") or 5 stars (because it might reduce the "clear all" inside other functions).

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09 Sep 2013 1.1

breakpoint preservation; passing args to clear command

09 Sep 2013 1.2

breakpoint preservation; passing args to clear command

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