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Leah
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how do you hide an output?

Asked by Leah
on 16 Jul 2012
I have a name where I am using the string function (strtok) to extract specific things out of the name for example
abc_pD_34Vg30.csv
[junk, name]=strtok(file(3),'_p');
[right,name]=strtok(name,'_p')
[left,name]=strtok(name,'_V')
i want to hide the output of name and have the right and left output viewable. How do i hide only the output name?
[EDITED, code formatted, Jan]

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Jan
on 16 Jul 2012
@Leah: You have overwritten your former question http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/43164-asdffdasdfdsdfdddddddddd-asd-asdf-sadfa-dadsf with nonsense. Now the work I've spend for posting my answer in this thread is lost for the community. In consequence I will not answer to your questions anymore.

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Caleb
Answer by Caleb
on 16 Jul 2012

Might try this:
[junk, name]=strtok(file(3),'_p');
[right,name]=strtok(name,'_p');
[left,name]=strtok(name,'_V');
disp(junk);
disp(right);
disp(left);

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Walter Roberson
on 16 Jul 2012
Change
disp(junk);
disp(right);
disp(left);
to
junk
right
left
Caleb
on 23 Jul 2012
You mean like this?
strcat('junk=',num2str(junk))
Walter Roberson
on 23 Jul 2012
That would also display "ans ="

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Answer by joeDiHare on 16 Jul 2012

try:
[~, name]=strtok(file(3),'_p'); [right,~]=strtok(name,'_p') [left,~]=strtok(name,'_V')

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