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mkdir

Make new folder on FTP server

Syntax

mkdir(ftpobj,folder)

Description

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mkdir(ftpobj,folder) makes the specified folder on the FTP server associated with ftpobj.

Examples

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Connect to an FTP server and make a folder. Navigate to that folder and upload a file. This example shows a hypothetical FTP session on ftp.example.com, a machine that does not exist. If you access an FTP server that grants you permission to upload files and make folders on that server, then you can use the mkdir function as shown in this example.

First, connect to the server.

ftpobj = ftp('ftp.example.com')
ftpobj = 

  FTP Object
     host: ftp.example.com
     user: anonymous
      dir: /
     mode: binary

Display the contents of the current folder on the FTP server.

dir(ftpobj)
 
myscript.m                  README.txt                pub    

Make a folder named scripts.

mkdir(ftpobj,'scripts')

Display the updated contents of the current folder, including the new scripts folder.

dir(ftpobj)
 
myscript.m                  README.txt                pub
scripts  

Navigate to the scripts folder and upload a file.

cd(ftpobj,'scripts');
mput(ftpobj,'myNewScript.m')

Input Arguments

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Connection to an FTP server, specified as an FTP object.

New folder on the FTP server, specified as a character vector or string scalar.

See Also

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Introduced before R2006a