Updated manual to reflect changes introduced in c6d93d68.

parent 38f683b1
......@@ -10886,6 +10886,40 @@ ts1 is a dseries object:
@sp 1
@deftypefn{dseries} {@var{C} =} remove (@var{A}, @var{B})
Alias for the @code {pop} method with two arguments. Removes variable @var{B} from @dseries object @var{A}.
>> ts0 = dseries(ones(3,3));
>> ts1 = ts0.remove('Variable_2');
ts1 is a dseries object:
| Variable_1 | Variable_3
1Y | 1 | 1
2Y | 1 | 1
3Y | 1 | 1
@end example
@sp 1
A shorter syntax is available: @code{remove(ts,'Variable_2')} is
equivalent to @code{ts@{'Variable_2'@} = []} (@code{[]} can be replaced
by any empty object). This alternative syntax is usefull if more than
one variable has to be removed. For instance:
ts@{'Variable_@@2,3,4@@'@} = [];
@end example
will remove @code{Variable_2}, @code{Variable_3} and @code{Variable_4}
from @dseries object @code{ts} (if these variables exist). Regular
expressions cannot be used but implicit loops can.
@end deftypefn
@sp 1
@deftypefn{dseries} {@var{B} =} rename (@var{A},@var{oldname},@var{newname})
Rename variable @var{oldname} to @var{newname} in @dseries object
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