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Subject: Re: fileparts warning in R2010b
Date: Mon, 01 Nov 2010 08:40:48 -0500
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Steven_Lord wrote:
> "Mike Liu" <> wrote in message 
> news:ial4lu$fh$
>> Hi
>> I use R2010b.
>> then I get warning messages:
>> Warning: The fourth output, VERSN, of FILEPARTS will be removed in a 
>> future release.

> That's correct and expected behavior, as described in the Release Notes 
> for release R2010b.
Again I'd question whether it's a good decision to break existing code 
going forward when it doesn't seem to hurt a thing to simply return the 
null/empty argument and retain source code compatibility.

This one is rather trivial but illustrates again the issue of there not 
really being any standard for Matlab syntax adopted by TMW.