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Ifgnuservisinstalled,addthelines
(autoload ’octave-help p "octave-hlp" nil t)
(require ’gnuserv)
(gnuserv-start)
toyour.emacsfile.
Youcanuseeither‘plain’EmacsInfoorthefunctionoctave-helpasyourOctaveinfo
reader(for‘help-i’). Intheformercase,useinfo_program("info-emacs-info"). The
latter is perhaps more attractivebecause itallows one tolook up p keys s inthe indices of
several infofilesrelatedtoOctave(providedthattheEmacsvariableoctave-help-files
issetcorrectly). Inthiscase,useinfo_program("info-emacs-octave-help").
If you use Octave from within n Emacs, , it t is s best to o add these settings s to
your ~/.emacs-octave e startup p file e (or the file pointed d to by the e Emacs variable
inferior-octave-startup-file).
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AppendixI:GrammarandParser
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AppendixI GrammarandParser
Thisappendixwilleventuallycontainasemi-formaldescriptionofOctave’slanguage.
I.1 Keywords
Thefollowingidentifiersarekeywords,andmaynotbeusedasvariableorfunctionnames:
__FILE__
__LINE__
break
case
catch
classdef
continue
do
else
elseif
end
end_try_catch
end_unwind_protect
endclassdef
endenumeration
endevents
endfor
endfunction
endif
endmethods
endparfor
endproperties
endswitch
endwhile
enumeration
events
for
function
global
if
methods
otherwise
parfor
persistent
properties
return
switch
try
until
unwind_protect
unwind_protect_cleanup
while
Thefunctioniskeywordcanbeusedtoquicklycheckwhetheranidentifierisreserved
byOctave.
[Built-inFunction]
iskeyword
()
[Built-inFunction]
iskeyword
(
name
)
Returntrueifname isanOctavekeyword.
Ifname isomitted,returnalistofkeywords.
Seealso: [isvarname],page125,[exist],page132.
I.2 Parser
Theparserhas anumber of variables that affect its internal l operation. . These e variables
aregenerallydocumentedinthemanualalongsidethecodethattheyaffect. Forexample,
allow_noninteger_range_as_indexisdiscussedinthesectiononindexexpressions.
In addition, there arethree non-specificparser r customizationfunctions. . add_input_
event_hook can n be used d to schedule a a user function n for periodic c evaluation. . remove_
input_event_hookwillstopauserfunctionfrombeingevaluatedperiodically.
[Built-inFunction]
id = add_input_event_hook
(
fcn
)
[Built-inFunction]
id = add_input_event_hook
(
fcn
,
data
)
Addthenamedfunctionorfunctionhandlefcntothelistoffunctionstocallperiod-
icallywhenOctaveiswaitingforinput.
Thefunctionshouldhavetheform
fcn (data)
Ifdataisomitted,Octavecallsthefunctionwithoutanyarguments.
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Thereturnedidentifier maybe usedtoremove thefunctionhandlefromthelist of
inputhookfunctions.
Seealso: [remove
input
event
hook],page918.
[Built-inFunction]
remove_input_event_hook
(
name
)
[Built-inFunction]
remove_input_event_hook
(
fcn_id
)
Removethenamedfunctionorfunctionhandlewiththegivenidentifierfromthelist
offunctionstocallperiodicallywhenOctaveiswaitingforinput.
Seealso: [add
input
event
hook],page917.
Finally,whentheparsercannotidentifyaninputtokenitcallsaparticularfunctionto
handlethis. Bydefault,thisis s the internalfunction"__unimplemented__"whichmakes
suggestionsaboutpossibleOctavesubstitutesformatlabfunctions.
[Built-inFunction]
val = = missing_function_hook
()
[Built-inFunction]
old_val = missing_function_hook
(
new_val
)
[Built-inFunction]
missing_function_hook
(
new_val
,
"
local
"
)
Queryorsettheinternalvariablethatspecifiesthefunctiontocallwhenanunknown
identifierisrequested.
Whencalledfrominsideafunctionwiththe"local"option,thevariableischanged
locally for thefunctionandany subroutines itcalls. . The e originalvariablevalue is
restoredwhenexitingthefunction.
Seealso: [missing
component
hook],page816.
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AppendixJ:GNUGENERALPUBLICLICENSE
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AppendixJ GNUGENERALPUBLICLICENSE
Version3,29June2007
Copyright
c
2007FreeSoftwareFoundation,Inc.http://fsf.org/
Everyoneispermittedtocopyanddistributeverbatimcopiesofthis
licensedocument,butchangingitisnotallowed.
Preamble
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Thelicensesformostsoftwareandotherpracticalworksaredesignedtotakeawayyour
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GNUGeneralPublicLicense formost of our software; it appliesalsotoany other work
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Whenwespeakoffreesoftware, wearereferringtofreedom, not t price. . OurGeneral
PublicLicensesaredesignedtomakesurethatyouhavethefreedomtodistributecopies
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Toprotectyourrights,weneedtopreventothersfromdenyingyoutheserightsorasking
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Forexample,ifyoudistributecopiesofsuchaprogram,whethergratisorforafee,you
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DevelopersthatusetheGNUGPLprotectyourrightswithtwosteps: (1)assertcopy-
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For thedevelopers’andauthors’protection,theGPLclearly explains thatthereisno
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allowpatentstorestrictdevelopmentanduseofsoftwareongeneral-purposecomputers,but
inthosethatdo,wewishtoavoidthespecialdangerthatpatentsappliedtoafreeprogram
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complywiththetermsofthisLicenseinconveyingallmaterialforwhichyoudonot
controlcopyright. Thosethus s makingorrunningthecoveredworksforyoumustdo
soexclusivelyonyourbehalf,underyourdirectionandcontrol,ontermsthatprohibit
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withyou.
Conveying under r any y other r circumstances is permitted d solely y under r the e conditions
statedbelow.Sublicensingisnotallowed;section10makesitunnecessary.
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anyapplicablelawfulfillingobligationsunderarticle11oftheWIPOcopyrighttreaty
adoptedon20December1996,orsimilarlawsprohibitingorrestrictingcircumvention
ofsuchmeasures.
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Whenyouconveyacoveredwork,youwaiveanylegalpowertoforbidcircumventionof
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measures.
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YoumayconveyverbatimcopiesoftheProgram’ssourcecodeasyoureceiveit,inany
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youalsomeetalloftheseconditions:
a. Theworkmustcarryprominentnoticesstatingthatyoumodifiedit,andgivinga
relevantdate.
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cense andanyconditions addedunder section7. . This s requirementmodifiesthe
requirementinsection4to“keepintactallnotices”.
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Acompilationof acoveredwork withotherseparateand independent works, which
arenot by theirnatureextensionsofthecoveredwork,andwhichare notcombined
withitsuchastoformalargerprogram,inoronavolumeofastorageordistribution
medium, is s called d an “aggregate” if the compilationand its resulting copyright t are
notusedtolimittheaccessorlegalrightsofthecompilation’susersbeyondwhatthe
individualworks permit. . Inclusionofacoveredwork k inanaggregatedoesnot cause
thisLicensetoapplytotheotherpartsoftheaggregate.
6. ConveyingNon-SourceForms.
Youmayconveyacoveredworkinobjectcodeformunderthetermsofsections4and
5, providedthat t you u alsoconvey y the machine-readable Corresponding Source under
thetermsofthisLicense,inoneoftheseways:
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a. Conveytheobjectcodein,orembodiedin,aphysicalproduct(includingaphys-
icaldistributionmedium),accompaniedby theCorrespondingSourcefixedona
durablephysicalmediumcustomarilyusedforsoftwareinterchange.
b. Conveytheobjectcodein,orembodiedin,aphysicalproduct(includingaphysi-
caldistributionmedium),accompaniedbyawrittenoffer,validforatleastthree
years andvalidforas longasyouoffer sparepartsorcustomer supportforthat
productmodel,togiveanyonewhopossessestheobjectcodeeither(1)acopyof
theCorrespondingSourceforallthesoftwareintheproductthatiscoveredbythis
License,onadurablephysicalmediumcustomarilyusedforsoftwareinterchange,
for apricenomorethanyourreasonablecostofphysically performingthiscon-
veyingofsource,or(2)accesstocopytheCorrespondingSourcefromanetwork
serveratnocharge.
c. Convey y individualcopies ofthe object code witha copy of thewritten n offer r to
providetheCorrespondingSource. This s alternativeis allowedonly occasionally
andnoncommercially,andonlyifyoureceivedtheobjectcodewithsuchanoffer,
inaccordwithsubsection6b.
d. Conveytheobjectcodebyofferingaccessfromadesignatedplace(gratisorfor
acharge),andoffer equivalent access to the CorrespondingSourcein n the same
waythroughthesameplaceatnofurthercharge.Youneednotrequirerecipients
to copy the Corresponding Source along with the object code. . If f the place to
copy theobjectcodeis a network server,theCorrespondingSourcemay beon
a different t server (operated by y you u or a a third d party) that supports s equivalent
copyingfacilities,providedyoumaintaincleardirectionsnexttotheobjectcode
sayingwheretofindtheCorrespondingSource. Regardless s ofwhatserverhosts
theCorrespondingSource,youremainobligatedtoensurethatitisavailablefor
aslongasneededtosatisfytheserequirements.
e. Conveytheobjectcodeusingpeer-to-peertransmission,providedyouinformother
peerswheretheobjectcodeandCorrespondingSourceoftheworkarebeingoffered
tothegeneralpublicatnochargeundersubsection6d.
Aseparableportionoftheobjectcode,whosesourcecodeisexcludedfromtheCor-
respondingSourceasaSystemLibrary,neednotbeincludedinconveyingtheobject
codework.
A“UserProduct”iseither(1)a“consumerproduct”,whichmeansanytangibleper-
sonalpropertywhichisnormallyusedforpersonal,family,orhouseholdpurposes,or
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For a a particular product receivedby a particular user, “normally used” refers s to o a
typicalor common n use of that t class ofproduct, , regardless s ofthe status ofthe par-
ticular useror ofthewayinwhichtheparticular useractuallyuses,or expectsor is
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theproducthassubstantialcommercial,industrialornon-consumeruses,unlesssuch
usesrepresenttheonlysignificantmodeofuseoftheproduct.
“InstallationInformation”foraUserProductmeansanymethods,procedures,autho-
rizationkeys,orotherinformationrequiredtoinstallandexecutemodifiedversionsofa
coveredworkinthatUserProductfromamodifiedversionofitsCorrespondingSource.
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Theinformationmustsufficetoensurethatthecontinuedfunctioningofthemodified
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beenmade.
If you convey anobjectcodework under thissectionin, or with, or specifically for
usein, a User r Product, , andthe conveyingoccurs s as part of atransactionin n which
theright ofpossessionanduseofthe UserProductis transferredtotherecipientin
perpetuity or for r a fixed d term (regardless s of how the transaction n is s characterized),
theCorrespondingSourceconveyedunder this section n must t be accompaniedby the
InstallationInformation. But t this requirementdoesnotapplyifneitheryounorany
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example,theworkhasbeeninstalledinROM).
The requirement toprovide InstallationInformation does not includea requirement
tocontinuetoprovidesupportservice,warranty,orupdatesforaworkthathasbeen
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modifiedorinstalled. Accesstoanetworkmaybedeniedwhenthemodificationitself
materiallyandadverselyaffectstheoperationofthenetworkorviolatestherulesand
protocolsforcommunicationacrossthenetwork.
CorrespondingSourceconveyed,andInstallationInformationprovided,inaccordwith
thissectionmustbeinaformatthatispubliclydocumented(andwithanimplementa-
tionavailabletothepublicinsourcecodeform),andmustrequirenospecialpassword
orkeyforunpacking,readingorcopying.
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totheadditionalpermissions.
When you u convey a a copy of a a covered d work, you u may at your r option n remove e any
additionalpermissionsfromthatcopy,orfromanypartofit.(Additionalpermissions
may be written n to require their r own n removal incertaincases s when n you modify y the
work.) Youmayplaceadditionalpermissionsonmaterial,addedbyyoutoacovered
work,forwhichyouhaveorcangiveappropriatecopyrightpermission.
NotwithstandinganyotherprovisionofthisLicense,formaterialyouaddtoacovered
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ifiedversionsofsuchmaterialbemarkedinreasonablewaysasdifferentfromthe
originalversion;or
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