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What's changed?

Subject: What's changed?

From: Paul

Date: 4 Aug, 2010 14:44:04

Message: 1 of 3

Hi all,

I downloaded a file from the File Exchange and it ran fine in my version of MATLAB (R2009a). I began tweaking it to see if it would fit my application more and messed up, causing it not to run.

As my error wasn't obvious, I thought I'd just redownload the file and do it again... but now the original/unaltered file wont run either.

What would cause this to happen?

Thanks,
Paul

Subject: What's changed?

From: Sean

Date: 4 Aug, 2010 14:55:06

Message: 2 of 3

"Paul " <p.johnson1@ljmu.ac.uk.delete.this> wrote in message <i3bubk$im2$1@fred.mathworks.com>...
> Hi all,
>
> I downloaded a file from the File Exchange and it ran fine in my version of MATLAB (R2009a). I began tweaking it to see if it would fit my application more and messed up, causing it not to run.
>
> As my error wasn't obvious, I thought I'd just redownload the file and do it again... but now the original/unaltered file wont run either.
>
> What would cause this to happen?
>
> Thanks,
> Paul

Are you sure you overwrote the original file? When was the last update on the FEX file and was it after you last downloaded it? Is the problem not with the file but rather how you're calling it?
A few questions to think about...

-Sean

Subject: What's changed?

From: Matt Fig

Date: 4 Aug, 2010 15:05:26

Message: 3 of 3

Use the WHICH function to make sure you are using the newest download. One thing to try: Use WHICH to find the file and delete it until WHICH returns not found. Then re-download the file and try again.

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