TEDIT create a m-file using a template.
TEDIT(funname) opens the editor and pastes the content of a user-defined template into the file funname.m.
opens the editor and pastes the following into the file myfunfun.
function output = myfunfun(input)
MYFUNFUN One-line description here, please.
output = myfunfun(input)
Author: Your name
Copyright 2005 Your company.
Peter (PB) Bodin (2020). TEDIT (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/8532-tedit), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
This is great, exactly what I was looking for, well written code.
1) number of files should not be limited to one
2) $filename : does this work as input to the editor? Does it work in other matlab java components?
Sorry, there is absolutely no need for the Distributed Computing Toolbox
By mistake, I had stated that the Distributed Computing Toolbox was required. It is not.