From: "John D'Errico" <>
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Subject: Re: how to open .p and .m files??
Date: Sat, 17 May 2008 19:38:02 +0000 (UTC)
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KK <> wrote in message <62f61545-28a0->...
> Hello Everyone,
> can anyone tell me how can we see the code of matlab files..
> i m trying to .p and .m files but am unable to open that.
> How should i see the code of it?
> in which editor i should see it or it will b seen in the matlab
> itself??

You cannot open a p-file and see the code. 

Any text editor will allow you to read an
m-file, including the default Matlab editor,
unless it is a built-in function that you will
open. In that event, you cannot read the