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can't change encoding of text file

Asked by Kobi
on 23 Dec 2014
Latest activity Edited by per isakson
on 23 Dec 2014
while using the function fopen and textscan for text file i get this warning:
*Warning: The encoding 'windows-1255' is not supported.
See the documentation for FOPEN.
> In txt2mat at 16
> In Inversion at 11*
i googled the problem and found this:
if the problem is in the current encoding type, i can't change it the problem is that i can't change the encoding for example if i add this line to the function: slCharacterEncoding('Windows-1252') matlab won't run any commands.
and this is few of the files that i'm trying to read:
don't understand this error and what am i doing wrong, but i do get unexpected resaults.

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Please upload the files together with the question. See the paper-clip button. I failed to download the m-file. The new-line characters were lost somewhere on the way.
Kobi
on 23 Dec 2014
the original post has been edited i can't upload the 'exp' file in this site but it is attached to the post in a new link can you please try again?

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Answer by per isakson
on 23 Dec 2014
Edited by per isakson
on 23 Dec 2014
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The code runs here (R2013a,Win7) without any problems
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"Warning: The encoding 'windows-1255' is not supported." &nbsp Matlab doesn't support 'windows-1255', (see fopen). Is your computer configured with 'windows-1255'?
Try
fid = fopen( adress, 'r', 'n','windows-1250' );
"slCharacterEncoding" &nbsp is a Simulink function. AFAIK: it has nothing to do with textscan

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