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Jerome Briot

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21 Feb 2007 Screenshot SETPOS 1.2 - GETPOS 1.2 Two flexible wrappers to manage graphics object position. Author: Jerome Briot development environme..., position setpos getpo..., potw, pick of the week 14 5
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09 Nov 2006 Isletter2 Enhancement of the built-in function ISLETTER Author: Jerome Briot strings, isletter capital smal... 11 3
08 Nov 2006 Screenshot PONG: a tribute to the game created by Atari Inc. A tribute to the game created by Atari Inc. Author: Jerome Briot games, pong, game, atari 22 5
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31 Aug 2006 Screenshot Simplified management of figure pointer property Simplified management of figure pointer property Author: Jerome Briot pointer cursor, simplified, management, zip 17 2
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29 Aug 2006 Screenshot Forbidden Donut Favorite FEX contribution of Homer Simpson Author: Jerome Briot games, forbidden donut, mouse, image, move, game 19 3
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23 Sep 2009 Gui Example - Stop Start Loop & Icon Change & Build Exe Example of 3 things: 1. Stop and start a loop 2. Change Gui icon 3. Build EXE Author: Yohanan Sivan

"modifying the title bar icon constitutes a breach of the license agreement"

=> http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-16N4J/?solution=1-16N4J

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17 May 2014 Isletter2 Enhancement of the built-in function ISLETTER Author: Jerome Briot Cobeldick, Stephen

1. What is "iscapletter", and where can I find it?
2. The inbuilt function "isstrprop" is much more versatile, and together with inbuilt functions "any" and "all" essentially replicates the behavior of this submission:
isstrprop(str,'upper')-isstrprop(str,'lower')
ans = 1,-1,-1,-1,-1,-1,0,1,0,0,0,0
all(isstrprop(str,'alpha'))
ans = 0
any(isstrprop(str,'alpha'))
ans = 1

12 Apr 2013 SETPOS 1.2 - GETPOS 1.2 Two flexible wrappers to manage graphics object position. Author: Jerome Briot Jim

(This comment and the one following both apply to the getpos function only.)

In the fragment:

% Don't use HREF position if it is the parent of H
if href~=get(h,'parent')
href=h;
flag_href=1;
end

the line "href=h;" appears erroneous. After removal, the function works as I expected it to.

11 Apr 2013 SETPOS 1.2 - GETPOS 1.2 Two flexible wrappers to manage graphics object position. Author: Jerome Briot Jim

Very nicely done. Unfortunately I think there's an issue when finding positions relative to reference object. The line:

pos(n) = temp(n) - temp_href(n) * flag_href;

is correct for n = 1 or 2 (left & bottom elements of the position vector), but doesn't seem to make sense for n = 3 or 4 (width and height). Stating an object's position relative to a non-parent reference object should only affect location, not size, when working with absolute units (or "nz" if we assume everything's normalized to the same figure). And if the intent was to return object height & width relative to a reference object (for normalized units), the above line isn't the correct way to find them.

10 May 2011 PONG: a tribute to the game created by Atari Inc. A tribute to the game created by Atari Inc. Author: Jerome Briot Dernoncourt, Franck

Works well on R2011a, the mouse player sure has a big advantage but it's easy to change that if needed. Other minor issues are the ball speed which is sometimes too slow and lag... but anyway it's just a script for fun :)

23 Jun 2010 Forbidden Donut Favorite FEX contribution of Homer Simpson Author: Jerome Briot repentino, muerte

Ok, now we know one thing for sure.
We know the nick name that Bart Simpson uses on Mathworks.

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