Cleaning-up Code With Comments
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I remember there was a command to add tildes to the end of a line of comments so as to distinguish it more from the actual code. I think I was using 2009b at the time and now I'm using 2007b. Was I hallucinating?
bym el 9 de Abr. de 2013
were you thinking
Mahdi el 9 de Abr. de 2013
To add comments into a code, simply use the percent (%) sign. For example
x=i % Makes x equal to i
Razvan el 9 de Abr. de 2013
Control + R comments a line and Control + T removes the comment marker from the begining of a line. The comments start with the percent sign %. I have no idea in which version of Matlab these shortcuts were introduced...
Image Analyst el 9 de Abr. de 2013
Tildes mean to ignore certain return arguments:
[folder, ~, ~] = fileparts(mfilename('fullpath'))
which doesn't return anything for the base filename, or the extension. Introduced somewhat recently.
Percent symbol means the rest of the line after the percent symbol is to be considered as a comment. Can be at the start of a line of text, on the line after the code statement is done.
% This is a comment on it's own line.
magic(4) % This is a comment after a line of code.