Commit c20bacac authored by Stéphane Adjemian's avatar Stéphane Adjemian
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Changed documented behaviour of @dseries/save method (do not document the...

Changed documented behaviour of @dseries/save method (do not document the default value of basename).
parent 4fb3dc03
......@@ -9981,26 +9981,32 @@ ts1 is a dseries object:
@sp 1
@deftypefn{dseries} save (@var{A}[, @var{basename}[, @var{format}]])
@deftypefn{dseries} save (@var{A}, @var{basename}[, @var{format}])
Overloads the Matlab/Octave @code{save} function, saves @dseries object @var{A} to disk. Possible formats are @code{csv} (this is the default), @code{m} (Matlab/Octave script), and @code{mat} (Matlab binary data file). The name of the file without extension is specified by @var{basename}, by default @var{basename} is the name of the first input (namely, the @dseries object @var{A}).
Overloads the Matlab/Octave @code{save} function, saves @dseries object @var{A} to disk. Possible formats are @code{csv} (this is the default), @code{m} (Matlab/Octave script), and @code{mat} (Matlab binary data file). The name of the file without extension is specified by @var{basename}.
@examplehead
@example
>> ts0 = dseries(ones(2,2));
>> ts0.save();
>> ts0.save('ts0');
@end example
@noindent The last command will create a file @code{ts0.csv} with the following content:
@example
,Variable_1,Variable_2
1Y, 1, 1
2Y, 1, 1
@end example
To create a Matlab/octave script, the following command:
@noindent To create a Matlab/octave script, the following command:
@example
>> ts0.save([],'m');
>> ts0.save('ts0','m');
@end example
will produce a file @code{ts0.m} with the following content:
@noindent will produce a file @code{ts0.m} with the following content:
@example
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......@@ -10018,6 +10024,7 @@ Variable_2 = [
1
1];
@end example
@noindent The generated (@code{csv}, @code{m}, or @code{mat}) files can be loaded when instantiating a @dseries object as explained above.
@end deftypefn
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