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Re: *.mat files

From: Jonathan Entner <Jonathan.Entner_at_jhuapl.edu>
Date: 2006-04-11 17:05:25 CEST

FWIW, Matlab uses *.m for it's source code (text file) and *.mat for its
proprietary-format binary data files, so dealing with *.mat files is
still an issue for those who use Matlab. One can save *.mat files with
a different extension (at least in Matlab 7.x) and Matlab will figure
out that it is a *.mat format file when it loads it, so that's a
possible work-around.

Craig.Schroeder@thomson.com wrote:
>> Possibly it only displays this behavior when you have Microsoft Access
>> installed?
>>
>
> Most likely the case... I have access installed and I can confirm the issue.
> Windows appears to be making a call to some other context menu.
> I have Win2k+SP4.
> Screenshot of the menu. Also you can not see the extension of the file
> (which I have my settings to always show extensions).
> http://craigdataqa.googlepages.com/diffcontext.jpg
>
> MatLab now uses .m for its files... not that that helps the original poster.
>
> --Craig
>
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Jonathan Entner
jonathan.entner@jhuapl.edu
Received on Tue Apr 11 17:06:14 2006

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