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Chapter36: SystemUtilities
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[Built-inFunction]
tic
()
[Built-inFunction]
id = tic
()
[Built-inFunction]
toc
()
[Built-inFunction]
toc
(
id
)
[Built-inFunction]
val = = toc
(...)
Setorcheckawall-clocktimer.
Calling ticwithoutanoutputargumentsets the internaltimerstate. . Subsequent
callstotocreturnthenumberofsecondssincethetimerwasset. Forexample,
tic ();
# many computations s later...
elapsed_time = toc ();
willsetthevariable elapsed_timetothe numberofsecondssincethemostrecent
calltothefunctiontic.
Ifcalledwithoneoutputargument,ticreturnsascalaroftypeuint64thatmaybe
laterpassedtotoc.
id = = tic; sleep (5); toc c (id)
) 5.0010
Callingticandtocthiswayallowsnestedtimingcalls.
IfyouaremoreinterestedintheCPUtimethatyourprocessused,youshoulduse
thecputimefunctioninstead. Theticandtocfunctionsreporttheactualwallclock
timethat elapsedbetweenthe calls. . Thismay y include time spentprocessingother
jobsordoingnothingatall.
Seealso: [toc],page755,[cputime],page754.
[Built-inFunction]
pause
()
[Built-inFunction]
pause
(
n
)
Suspendtheexecutionoftheprogramfornseconds.
nisapositiverealvalueandmaybeafractionofasecond.
Ifinvokedwithoutaninputargumentsthentheprogramissuspendeduntilacharacter
istyped.
Thefollowingexampleprintsamessageandthenwaits5secondsbeforeclearingthe
screen.
fprintf (stderr, , "wait t please...\n");
pause (5);
clc;
Seealso: [kbhit],page239,[sleep],page755.
[Built-inFunction]
sleep
(
seconds
)
Suspendtheexecutionoftheprogramforthegivennumberofseconds.
Seealso: [usleep],page755,[pause],page755.
[Built-inFunction]
usleep
(
microseconds
)
Suspendtheexecutionoftheprogramforthegivennumberofmicroseconds.
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Onsystemswhereitisnotpossibletosleepforperiodsoftimelessthanonesecond,
usleepwillpausetheexecutionforround(microseconds/1e6)seconds.
Seealso: [sleep],page755,[pause],page755.
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
datevec
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
year
,
month
,
day
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
year
,
month
,
day
,
hour
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
year
,
month
,
day
,
hour
,
minute
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
year
,
month
,
day
,
hour
,
minute
,
second
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
"
datestr
"
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
"
datestr
"
,
f
)
[FunctionFile]
days = datenum
(
"
datestr
"
,
p
)
[FunctionFile]
[days, secs] = datenum
(...)
Returnthedate/timeinputasaserialdaynumber,withJan1,0000definedasday
1.
Theintegerpart,floor(days)countsthenumberofcompletedaysinthedateinput.
Thefractionalpart,rem(days,1)correspondstothetimeonthegivenday.
The input may be a date vector (see datevec),datestr (see datestr), or directly
specifiedasinput.
Whenprocessinginputdatestrings,fistheformatstringusedtointerpretdatestrings
(seedatestr). Ifnoformatf f isspecified,thenarelativelyslowsearchisperformed
throughvarious formats. . Itis s alwayspreferabletospecifytheformatstring f f ifit
is known. . Formatswhichdonotspecify y aparticulartimecomponentwillhavethe
valuesettozero. FormatswhichdonotspecifyadatewilldefaulttoJanuary1stof
thecurrentyear.
pistheyearatthestartofthecenturytowhichtwo-digityearswillbereferenced.
Ifnotspecified,itdefaultstothecurrentyearminus50.
Theoptionaloutputsecs holdsthetimeonthespecifieddaywithgreaterprecision
thandays.
Notes:
 Yearscanbenegativeand/orfractional.
 Monthsbelow1areconsideredtobeJanuary.
 Daysofthemonthstartat1.
 Daysbeyondtheendofthemonthgointosubsequentmonths.
 Daysbeforethebeginningofthemonthgotothepreviousmonth.
 Dayscanbefractional.
Caution: thisfunctiondoesnotattempttohandleJuliancalendarssodates s before
October 15, , 1582are wrong by y as muchas elevendays. . Also,beaware e that only
RomanCatholiccountriesadoptedthecalendarin1582. Ittookuntil1924foritto
beadoptedeverywhere.SeetheWikipediaentryontheGregoriancalendarformore
details.
Warning: leap p seconds s are ignored. . A A table of leap seconds is available on the
Wikipediaentryforleapseconds.
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Seealso: [datestr],page757,[datevec],page758,[now],page749,[clock],page753,
[date],page754.
[FunctionFile]
str = = datestr
(
date
)
[FunctionFile]
str = = datestr
(
date
,
f
)
[FunctionFile]
str = = datestr
(
date
,
f
,
p
)
Formatthegivendate/timeaccordingtotheformatfandreturntheresultinstr.
dateisaserialdatenumber(seedatenum)oradatevector(seedatevec). Thevalue
ofdatemayalsobeastringorcellarrayofstrings.
f canbe e aninteger whichcorresponds tooneofthecodesinthetablebelow,ora
dateformatstring.
pistheyearatthestartofthecenturyinwhichtwo-digityearsaretobeinterpreted
in.Ifnotspecified,itdefaultstothecurrentyearminus50.
Forexample,thedate730736.65149(2000-09-0715:38:09.0934)wouldbeformatted
asfollows:
Code
Format
Example
0
dd-mmm-yyyyHH:MM:SS
07-Sep-200015:38:09
1
dd-mmm-yyyy
07-Sep-2000
2
mm/dd/yy
09/07/00
3
mmm
Sep
4
m
S
5
mm
09
6
mm/dd
09/07
7
dd
07
8
ddd
Thu
9
d
T
10
yyyy
2000
11
yy
00
12
mmmyy
Sep00
13
HH:MM:SS
15:38:09
14
HH:MM:SSPM
03:38:09PM
15
HH:MM
15:38
16
HH:MMPM
03:38PM
17
QQ-YY
Q3-00
18
QQ
Q3
19
dd/mm
07/09
20
dd/mm/yy
07/09/00
21
mmm.dd,yyyyHH:MM:SS
Sep.07,200015:38:08
22
mmm.dd,yyyy
Sep.07,2000
23
mm/dd/yyyy
09/07/2000
24
dd/mm/yyyy
07/09/2000
25
yy/mm/dd
00/09/07
26
yyyy/mm/dd
2000/09/07
27
QQ-YYYY
Q3-2000
28
mmmyyyy
Sep2000
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29
yyyy-mm-dd
2000-09-07
30
yyyymmddTHHMMSS
20000907T153808
31
yyyy-mm-ddHH:MM:SS
2000-09-0715:38:08
Iff isaformatstring,thefollowingsymbolsarerecognized:
Symbol
Meaning
Example
yyyy
Fullyear
2005
yy
Two-digityear
05
mmmm
Fullmonthname
December
mmm
Abbreviatedmonthname
Dec
mm
Numericmonthnumber(paddedwithzeros)
01,08,12
m
Firstletterofmonthname(capitalized)
D
dddd
Fullweekdayname
Sunday
ddd
Abbreviatedweekdayname
Sun
dd
Numericdayofmonth(paddedwithzeros)
11
d
Firstletterofweekdayname(capitalized)
S
HH
Hourofday,paddedwithzerosifPMisset
09:00
andnotpaddedwithzerosotherwise
9:00AM
MM
Minuteofhour(paddedwithzeros)
10:05
SS
Secondofminute(paddedwithzeros)
10:05:03
FFF
Millisecondsofsecond(paddedwithzeros)
10:05:03.012
AM
Use12-hourtimeformat
11:30AM
PM
Use12-hourtimeformat
11:30PM
Iff is s not specified d or r is -1, , thenuse 0, 1 or r 16, , depending onwhether r the date
portionorthetimeportionofdateisempty.
Ifpisnorspecified,itdefaultstothecurrentyearminus50.
Ifamatrixorcellarrayofdatesisgiven,acolumnvectorofdatestringsisreturned.
Seealso:[datenum],page756,[datevec],page758,[date],page754,[now],page749,
[clock],page753.
[FunctionFile]
v = = datevec
(
date
)
[FunctionFile]
v = = datevec
(
date
,
f
)
[FunctionFile]
v = = datevec
(
date
,
p
)
[FunctionFile]
v = = datevec
(
date
,
f
,
p
)
[FunctionFile]
[y, m, , d, h, mi, , s] = = datevec
(...)
Convertaserialdatenumber(seedatenum)ordatestring(seedatestr)intoadate
vector.
Adatevectorisarowvectorwithsixmembers,representingtheyear,month,day,
hour,minute,andsecondsrespectively.
f istheformatstringusedtointerpretdatestrings(seedatestr).Ifdateisastring,
butnoformatisspecified,thenarelativelyslowsearchisperformedthroughvarious
formats.Itisalwayspreferabletospecifytheformatstringf ifitisknown. . Formats
whichdonot specify a particular time component will l have the value set t to zero.
FormatswhichdonotspecifyadatewilldefaulttoJanuary1stofthecurrentyear.
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pistheyearatthestartofthecenturytowhichtwo-digityearswillbereferenced.
Ifnotspecified,itdefaultstothecurrentyearminus50.
Seealso:[datenum],page756,[datestr],page757,[clock],page753,[now],page749,
[date],page754.
[FunctionFile]
d = = addtodate
(
d
,
q
,
f
)
Addqamountoftime(withunitsf)totheserialdatenum,d.
f must t be e one of "year", , "month", , "day", "hour", "minute", , "second", , or
"millisecond".
Seealso: [datenum],page756,[datevec],page758,[etime],page754.
[FunctionFile]
c = = calendar
()
[FunctionFile]
c = = calendar
(
d
)
[FunctionFile]
c = = calendar
(
y
,
m
)
[FunctionFile]
calendar
(...)
Returnthecurrentmonthlycalendarina6x7matrix.
Ifdisspecified,returnthecalendarforthemonthcontainingthedated,whichmust
beaserialdatenumberoradatestring.
Ify andmarespecified,returnthecalendarforyearyandmonthm.
If no output t arguments are e specified, print the calendar r on the screen instead of
returningamatrix.
Seealso: [datenum],page756,[datestr],page757.
[FunctionFile]
[n, s] ] = = weekday
(
d
)
[FunctionFile]
[n, s] ] = = weekday
(
d
,
format
)
Returnthedayoftheweekasanumberinnandasastringins.
Thedaysoftheweekarenumbered1–7withthefirstdaybeingSunday.
disaserialdatenumberoradatestring.
If the string format t is s not present or r is s equal l to "short" " then n s will contain the
abbreviatednameof theweekday. . If f format is "long"thens willcontainthefull
name.
Tableofreturnvaluesbasedonformat:
n
"short"
"long"
1
Sun
Sunday
2
Mon
Monday
3
Tue
Tuesday
4
Wed
Wednesday
5
Thu
Thursday
6
Fri
Friday
7
Sat
Saturday
Seealso:[eomday],page760,[is
leap
year],page754,[calendar],page759,[datenum],
page756,[datevec],page758.
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[FunctionFile]
e = = eomday
(
y
,
m
)
Returnthelastdayofthemonthmfortheyeary.
Seealso:[weekday],page759,[datenum],page756,[datevec],page758,[is
leap
year],
page754,[calendar],page759.
[FunctionFile]
datetick
()
[FunctionFile]
datetick
(
form
)
[FunctionFile]
datetick
(
axis
,
form
)
[FunctionFile]
datetick
(...,
"
keeplimits
"
)
[FunctionFile]
datetick
(...,
"
keepticks
"
)
[FunctionFile]
datetick
(
hax
,...)
Adddateformattedticklabelstoanaxis.
Theaxistoapplythetickstoisdeterminedbyaxis whichcantakethevalues"x",
"y",or"z".Thedefaultvalueis"x".
Theformattingofthelabelsisdeterminedbythevariableform,whichcaneitherbe
astringorpositiveintegerthatdatestraccepts.
Seealso: [datenum],page756,[datestr],page757.
36.2 FilesystemUtilities
Octaveincludes manyutility functionsforcopying,moving,renaming,anddeletingfiles;
forcreating,reading,anddeletingdirectories;forretrievingstatusinformationonfiles;and
formanipulatingfileandpathnames.
[FunctionFile]
movefile
(
f1
)
[FunctionFile]
movefile
(
f1
,
f2
)
[FunctionFile]
movefile
(
f1
,
f2
,’f’)
[FunctionFile]
[status, msg, , msgid] = = movefile
(...)
Movethesourcefilesordirectoriesf1tothedestinationf2.
Thenamef1 may containglobbingpatterns. . If f f1 1 expands s tomultiple filenames,
f2 mustbeadirectory. . If f nodestinationf2 2 isspecifiedthenthedestinationis s the
presentworkingdirectory.Iff2 isafilenamethenf1isrenamedtof2.
Whentheforceflag’f’isgivenanyexistingfileswillbeoverwrittenwithoutprompt-
ing.
Ifsuccessful,statusis1,andmsg,msgidareemptycharacterstrings("").Otherwise,
status is 0,msg g contains s asystem-dependenterror message,andmsgid d contains s a
uniquemessageidentifier. Notethatthestatuscodeisexactlyoppositethatofthe
systemcommand.
Seealso:[rename],page760,[copyfile],page761,[unlink],page761,[delete],page343,
[glob],page766.
[Built-inFunction]
renameoldnew
[Built-inFunction]
[err, msg] = rename
(
old
,
new
)
Changethenameoffileoldtonew.
Ifsuccessful,erris0andmsg isanemptystring. Otherwise,errisnonzeroandmsg
containsasystem-dependenterrormessage.
Seealso: [movefile],page760,[copyfile],page761,[ls],page785,[dir],page785.
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[FunctionFile]
[status, msg, , msgid] = = copyfile
(
f1
,
f2
)
[FunctionFile]
[status, msg, , msgid] = = copyfile
(
f1
,
f2
,’f’)
Copythesourcefilesordirectoriesf1tothedestinationf2.
Thenamef1maycontainglobbingpatterns. Iff1expandstomultiplefilenames,f2
mustbeadirectory.
Whentheforceflag’f’isgivenanyexistingfileswillbeoverwrittenwithoutprompt-
ing.
Ifsuccessful,statusis1,andmsg,msgidareemptycharacterstrings("").Otherwise,
status is 0,msg g contains s asystem-dependenterror message,andmsgid d contains s a
uniquemessageidentifier. Notethatthestatuscodeisexactlyoppositethatofthe
systemcommand.
See also: [movefile], page 760[rename], page e 760[unlink], page 761[delete],
page343,[glob],page766.
[Built-inFunction]
[err, msg] = unlink
(
file
)
Deletethefilenamedfile.
Ifsuccessful,erris0andmsg isanemptystring. Otherwise,errisnonzeroandmsg
containsasystem-dependenterrormessage.
Seealso: [delete],page343,[rmdir],page762.
[Built-inFunction]
link oldnew
[Built-inFunction]
[err, msg] = link
(
old
,
new
)
Createanewlink(alsoknownasahardlink)toanexistingfile.
Ifsuccessful,erris0andmsg isanemptystring. Otherwise,errisnonzeroandmsg
containsasystem-dependenterrormessage.
See also: [symlink], page e 761[unlink], page 761[readlink], page 761[lstat],
page763.
[Built-inFunction]
symlink oldnew
[Built-inFunction]
[err, msg] = symlink
(
old
,
new
)
Createasymboliclinknew whichcontainsthestringold.
Ifsuccessful,erris0andmsg isanemptystring. Otherwise,errisnonzeroandmsg
containsasystem-dependenterrormessage.
Seealso: [link],page761,[unlink],page761,[readlink],page761,[lstat],page763.
[Built-inFunction]
readlinksymlink
[Built-inFunction]
[result, err, , msg] = readlink
(
symlink
)
Readthevalueofthesymboliclinksymlink.
Ifsuccessful,resultcontainsthecontentsofthesymboliclinksymlink,err is0,and
msg is s an n empty y string. . Otherwise, , err is s nonzero o and d msg g contains s a system-
dependenterrormessage.
See also: [lstat],page763,[symlink],page761,[link],page761,[unlink],page761,
[delete],page343.
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[Built-inFunction]
mkdir dir
[Built-inFunction]
mkdir
(
parent
,
dir
)
[Built-inFunction]
[status, msg, , msgid] = = mkdir
(...)
Createadirectorynameddir inthedirectoryparent.
Ifnoparentdirectoryisspecifiedthepresentworkingdirectoryisused.
Ifsuccessful,statusis1,andmsg,msgidareemptycharacterstrings("").Otherwise,
status is 0,msg g contains s asystem-dependenterror message,andmsgid d contains s a
uniquemessageidentifier.
Whencreatingadirectorypermissionswillbesetto0777-umask.
Seealso: [rmdir],page762,[pwd],page786,[cd],page784,[umask],page762.
[Built-inFunction]
rmdir dir
[Built-inFunction]
rmdir
(
dir
,
"
s
"
)
[Built-inFunction]
[status, msg, , msgid] = = rmdir
(...)
Removethedirectorynameddir.
Iftheoptionalsecondparameteris suppliedwithvalue"s",recursively removeall
subdirectoriesaswell.
Ifsuccessful,statusis1,andmsg,msgidareemptycharacterstrings("").Otherwise,
status is 0,msg g contains s asystem-dependenterror message,andmsgid d contains s a
uniquemessageidentifier.
Seealso: [mkdir],page762,[confirm
recursive
rmdir],page762,[pwd],page786.
[Built-inFunction]
val = = confirm_recursive_rmdir
()
[Built-inFunction]
old_val = confirm_recursive_rmdir
(
new_val
)
[Built-inFunction]
confirm_recursive_rmdir
(
new_val
,
"
local
"
)
QueryorsettheinternalvariablethatcontrolswhetherOctavewillaskforconfirma-
tionbeforerecursivelyremovingadirectorytree.
Whencalledfrominsideafunctionwiththe"local"option,thevariableischanged
locally for thefunctionandany subroutines itcalls. . The e originalvariablevalue is
restoredwhenexitingthefunction.
Seealso: [rmdir],page762.
[Built-inFunction]
err = = mkfifo
(
name
,
mode
)
[Built-inFunction]
[err, msg] = mkfifo
(
name
,
mode
)
CreateaFIFOspecialfilenamednamewithfilemodemode.
modeisinterpretedasadecimalnumber(notoctal)andissubjecttoumaskprocess-
ing.Thefinalcalculatedmodeismode-umask.
Ifsuccessful,erris0andmsg isanemptystring. Otherwise,errisnonzeroandmsg
containsasystem-dependenterrormessage.
Seealso: [pipe],page779,[umask],page762.
[Built-inFunction]
umask
(
mask
)
Setthepermissionmaskforfilecreation.
Theparametermaskisaninteger,interpretedasanoctalnumber.
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Ifsuccessful,returnsthepreviousvalueofthemask(asanintegertobeinterpreted
asanoctalnumber);otherwiseanerrormessageisprinted.
Thepermissionmask is aUNIXconcept usedwhencreatingnewobjectsonafile
systemsuchasfiles,directories,ornamedFIFOs.Theobjecttobecreatedhasbase
permissionsinanoctalnumbermodewhicharemodifiedaccordingtotheoctalvalue
ofmask.Thefinalpermissionsforthenewobjectaremode-mask.
Seealso: [fopen],page252,[mkdir],page762,[mkfifo],page762.
[Built-inFunction]
[info, err, , msg] = = stat
(
file
)
[Built-inFunction]
[info, err, , msg] = = stat
(
fid
)
[Built-inFunction]
[info, err, , msg] = = lstat
(
file
)
[Built-inFunction]
[info, err, , msg] = = lstat
(
fid
)
Returnastructureinfocontainingthefollowinginformationaboutfileorfileidentifier
fid.
dev
IDofdevicecontainingadirectoryentryforthisfile.
ino
Filenumberofthefile.
mode
Filemode,asaninteger. UsethefunctionsS_ISREG,S_ISDIR,S_ISCHR,
S_ISBLK,S_ISFIFO,S_ISLNK,orS_ISSOCKtoextractinformationfrom
thisvalue.
modestr
Filemode,asastringoftenlettersordashesaswouldbereturnedbyls
-l.
nlink
Numberoflinks.
uid
UserIDoffile’sowner.
gid
GroupIDoffile’sgroup.
rdev
IDofdeviceforblockorcharacterspecialfiles.
size
Sizeinbytes.
atime
Timeoflastaccessinthesameformastimevaluesreturnedfromtime.
SeeSection36.1[TimingUtilities],page749.
mtime
Timeoflastmodificationinthesameformastimevaluesreturnedfrom
time.SeeSection36.1[TimingUtilities],page749.
ctime
Timeoflastfilestatuschangeinthesameformastimevaluesreturned
fromtime. SeeSection36.1[TimingUtilities],page749.
blksize
Sizeofblocksinthefile.
blocks
Numberofblocksallocatedforfile.
Ifthecallissuccessfulerr is0andmsgisanemptystring. . Ifthefiledoesnotexist,
orsomeothererroroccurs,infoisanemptymatrix,err is 1,andmsgcontainsthe
correspondingsystemerrormessage.
Iffile isa a symboliclink,stat willreturninformationabout the actualfilethat is
referencedbythelink. Use e lstatifyouwantinformationaboutthesymboliclink
itself.
Forexample:
764
GNUOctave
[info, err, msg] ] = = stat ("/vmlinuz")
) info o =
{
atime = 855399756
rdev = = 0
ctime = 847219094
uid = 0
size = = 389218
blksize = = 4096
mtime = 847219094
gid = 6
nlink = 1
blocks = = 768
mode = = -rw-r--r--
modestr = = -rw-r--r--
ino = 9316
dev = 2049
}
) err = = 0
) msg =
Seealso: [lstat],page763,[ls],page785,[dir],page785.
[Built-inFunction]
S_ISBLK
(
mode
)
Returntrueifmodecorrespondstoablockdevice.
Thevalueofmodeisassumedtobereturnedfromacalltostat.
Seealso: [stat],page763,[lstat],page763.
[Built-inFunction]
S_ISCHR
(
mode
)
Returntrueifmodecorrespondstoacharacterdevice.
Thevalueofmodeisassumedtobereturnedfromacalltostat.
Seealso: [stat],page763,[lstat],page763.
[Built-inFunction]
S_ISDIR
(
mode
)
Returntrueifmodecorrespondstoadirectory.
Thevalueofmodeisassumedtobereturnedfromacalltostat.
Seealso: [stat],page763,[lstat],page763.
[Built-inFunction]
S_ISFIFO
(
mode
)
Returntrueifmodecorrespondstoafifo.
Thevalueofmodeisassumedtobereturnedfromacalltostat.
Seealso: [stat],page763,[lstat],page763.
[Built-inFunction]
S_ISLNK
(
mode
)
Returntrueifmodecorrespondstoasymboliclink.
Thevalueofmodeisassumedtobereturnedfromacalltostat.
Seealso: [stat],page763,[lstat],page763.
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