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When was 'tokenize' dropped from regexprep?

Asked by per isakson
on 26 Oct 2017
Latest activity Commented on by Cedric Wannaz
on 30 Oct 2017
With R2016a I get this warning
>> regexprep( 'abc123def', '(\d{3})', '.$1.', 'tokenize' )
Warning: The 'tokenize' option for regexprep is now the default behavior.
ans =
abc.123.def
Which was the first release in which 'tokenize' was the default? I don't find 'tokenize' in the current documentation. Will it be dropped altogether?

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Answer by Cedric Wannaz
on 27 Oct 2017
Edited by Cedric Wannaz
on 27 Oct 2017
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R14
You'll have to write a book about regexp after all these threads ;-)
EDIT: found it mentioned in the PDF release note "The MATLAB 7.0.4 Release Notes describe the changes introduced in the latest version of MATLAB for R14SP2" to be precise.

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Cedric, thanks for the reference.
MATLAB 7.0.4 Release Note: Default Tokenizing — The regexprep function
now tokenizes by default. There is no longer a 'tokenize' option
My pleasure, and let me know the ISBN if you publish anything ;-)

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