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Subject: Re: how could i run this code? and what big mistake in it?
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"Roger Stafford" <ellieandrogerxyzzy@mindspring.com.invalid> wrote in 
message news:j16t82$e1r$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
>  Amit, I object to the question you have posed.  Without giving any hint 
> as to what you regard as unsatisfactory about your 977 lines of code you 
> have simply exhibited them in their entirety.  Do you seriously believe 
> that people are going to go through as much code as that with no more 
> information than you have furnished?  You need to fully explain what the 
> trouble is and merely give a small, very small, sample of code 
> illustrating this difficulty.  Please try again.

When I pasted this into MATLAB Editor, it listed 975 lines and showed a 
number of red Code Analyzer messages indicating errors that should be the 
first things the OP investigates. I think the discrepancy between our counts 
is due to the fact that a couple of lines are very long (particularly line 
198) and would wrap onto multiple lines using Microsoft Word.

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Steve Lord
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