LINEVALS = MISSINGSEMICOLONS(TARGETFILES, SUPPRESS_SUBDIR_EVAL)
Returns in 'linevals' a structure containing the line numbers and offending strings of lines that are likely candidates for missing terminal semicolon. Lines commencing with keywords that typically do not produce an output at the command line (e.g., 'if', 'return', 'continue', etc.) are skipped.
TARGETFILES: Input may be either a string indicating a path to a SINGLE mfile (e.g., 'aviplayer.m', 'c:\brett\targetfiless\aviplayer.m'),
a DIRECTORY of files (eg. dir('*.m')), OR a PATH to the target directory. If a directory is input, the program examines all files in the directory AND, by default, subdirectories, compiling in a single structure the individual output for each file. To suppress inclusion of subdirectories, enter 1 for the optional second argument.
Note that I owe a debt of gratitude to Peter Acklam for this one; the program calls (and thus requires the download of) his mlstripcomments.m program, in his "MATLAB Comment Stripping Toolbox."
Brett Shoelson (2022). missingsemicolons (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/5365-missingsemicolons), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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