(To be removed) Disconnect and delete all instrument objects
This function that uses
gpib will be removed in a future release. Use
instead. For more information on updating your code, see Compatibility Considerations.
instrreset disconnects and deletes all
If data is being written or read asynchronously, the asynchronous operation is stopped.
instrreset is equivalent to issuing the
stopasync (if needed),
delete functions for all
When you delete an instrument object, it becomes invalid.
Because you cannot connect an invalid object to the instrument, you should remove it
from the workspace with the
Version HistoryIntroduced before R2006a
R2022a: To be removed
Not recommended starting in R2022a
This function will be removed in a future release.
This function is used by the
gpib interfaces. These interfaces will also be removed in a
future release, as previously announced. Use the following interfaces instead.
|Functionality||Use This Instead||Additional Information|
|Transition Your Code to serialport Interface|
|Transition Your Code to bluetooth Interface|
|Transition Your Code to tcpclient Interface|
|Transition Your Code to tcpserver Interface|
|Transition Your Code to udpport Interface|
|Transition Your Code to visadev Interface|
|VISA-GPIB interface with ||Transition Your Code to VISA-GPIB Interface|
The recommended interfaces have additional capabilities and improved performance. For more information about the recommended interfaces, see Interface-Based Instrument Communication.