Print a statement to the Command Window

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NAVNEET NAYAN
NAVNEET NAYAN el 5 de Mayo de 2017
Comentada: Justin Bell el 18 de Jul. de 2023
I am writing a program. I want to display the statement 'job done' as the output in the Command Window. How can I do it?
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waleed Al-Qurashi
waleed Al-Qurashi el 16 de Feb. de 2021
3)What is the command that writes a message to the screen?
GOPINATHAN PRAKASH
GOPINATHAN PRAKASH el 20 de Jun. de 2021
Hai navneet nayan,
disp('job done');
disp command is used display the string values.

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KSSV
KSSV el 5 de Mayo de 2017
Editada: MathWorks Support Team el 27 de Feb. de 2020
To display text in the Command Window, use disp or fprintf.
disp('job done')
or
fprintf('job done \n')
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Jared MacDonald
Jared MacDonald el 17 de Mayo de 2023
Hi John,
There is no way to direct output to the Command Window from a live script that you run in the Live Editor.
You can run the live script from the command line; e.g., if your file is myScript.mlx, then
>> myScript
will indeed output to the Command Window (and separate figure windows). But again there's no way to redirect output from the Live Editor. This is something we are investigating, however.
Jared
Justin Bell
Justin Bell el 18 de Jul. de 2023
I just wanted to bump some support for such a feature with live editor. with some larger scripts that can take up to hours of runtime it would be nice to be able to push a "N% complete" or "Error Detected" flag to the window. Not required but would be nice to be able to have the same color options matlab uses for the command window, i.e. disp in default text options with a vargin for red text etc.

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Gaurav Srivastava
Gaurav Srivastava el 26 de Mayo de 2019
It's not happening. How to display LHS=RHS?Screenshot (9).png
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord el 21 de Jun. de 2019
Even though a and b are displayed the same, that doesn't mean their contents are the same. The == operator checks for exact down-to-the-last-bit equality. In this case, a and b are close but close doesn't count. See this Answers post for an alternative.
sidway
sidway el 13 de Ag. de 2021
Try to make a diference between a and b with a tolerance
tol = 1e-3
if abs(a - b) < tol
disp('LHS=RHS')
end

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Dhritishman
Dhritishman el 10 de Jul. de 2022
Use the disp function to print to the command window:
disp('job done')
job done
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Jack
Jack el 23 de Mzo. de 2023
I agreen with @John Taranto. On a .mlx script disp or fprint do not return anything in Command Window, instead it is returned directly underneath the code or to the side depending on your setting. Is there a way to force the text to be displayed in the command window? Thank you in advance
Jared MacDonald
Jared MacDonald el 17 de Mayo de 2023
Hi Jack,
There is no way to direct output to the Command Window from a live script that you run in the Live Editor.
You can run the live script from the command line; e.g., if your file is myScript.mlx, then
>> myScript
will indeed output to the Command Window (and separate figure windows). But again there's no way to redirect output from the Live Editor. This is something we are investigating, however.
Jared

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Norah
Norah el 1 de Abr. de 2023
What is the command that writes a message to the screen?

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