Operating System Commands
|Copy and paste text to and from system clipboard|
|Information about computer on which MATLAB is running|
|Execute operating system command and return output|
|Execute DOS command and return output|
|Execute UNIX command and return output|
|Set environment variable|
|Call Perl script using operating system executable|
|Item from Windows registry|
|Access the |
|Clear the temporary value for a setting|
|Clear the personal value for a setting|
|Determine whether the setting has a temporary value set|
|Determine whether the setting has a personal value set|
|Determine whether the setting has a factory value set|
|Add new setting|
|Add new settings group|
|Determine if settings group exists|
|Determine if setting exists in settings group|
|Remove settings group|
|Validate that setting value is a logical scalar|
|Validate that setting value is a numeric scalar|
|Validate that setting value is a string scalar|
|Validate that setting value is an integer scalar|
|Group of settings and subgroup objects|
|matlab.codeanalyzer Settings||Code analyzer settings|
|matlab.colors Settings||MATLAB syntax highlighting color settings|
|matlab.commandwindow Settings||Command Window settings including text display settings|
|matlab.fonts Settings||Code font settings|
|matlab.general Settings||General settings including matfile settings|
|matlab.keyboard Settings||Keyboard settings including suggestions and completions settings|
Access and modify options for tools such as fonts and colors using settings.
Create custom settings to programmatically store and access data across sessions.
Call external programs by issuing operating system commands.
! character to call an operating system command.
Run UNIX programs off the system path.
This example shows how to substitute a user-specified value for
an environment variable value set by MATLAB when you call a function using the