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Subject: Using feature('memstats') fails with 'An unknown feature was specified'
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 02:14:50 +0000 (UTC)
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I want to find out what Matlab is doing with its allocated memory. A 
command called "feature" looks promising. But when I try it as instructed:


it doesn't work - I get this:

  >> m = feature('memstats')
  ??? Error using ==> feature
  An unknown feature was specified

I try another syntax:

  >> feature memstats
  ??? Error using ==> feature
  An unknown feature was specified

And, I try omitting the arguments, hoping that the function might give me a 
list of valid arguments:

  >> feature
  ??? Error using ==> feature
  Not enough input arguments.

The base command seems to definitely be on the system...

  >> which feature
  built-in (undocumented)

I can't find much help though:

  >> help feature
  feature.m not found.

Any help appreciated!
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