Commit aa610f9f authored by Johannes Pfeifer 's avatar Johannes Pfeifer

Expand documentation of dynasave

Closes Dynare/dynare#1691
parent e2f91abc
...@@ -10425,20 +10425,20 @@ Dynare has comments to plot the results of a simulation and to save the results. ...@@ -10425,20 +10425,20 @@ Dynare has comments to plot the results of a simulation and to save the results.
.. command:: dynatype (FILENAME) [VARIABLE_NAME...]; .. command:: dynatype (FILENAME) [VARIABLE_NAME...];
|br| This command prints the listed variables in a text file named |br| This command prints the listed endogenous or exogenous variables in a text file named
FILENAME. If no VARIABLE_NAME is listed, all endogenous variables FILENAME, where FILENAME is a quoted string. If no VARIABLE_NAME is listed, all endogenous variables
are printed. are printed.
.. command:: dynasave (FILENAME) [VARIABLE_NAME...]; .. command:: dynasave (FILENAME) [VARIABLE_NAME...];
|br| This command saves the listed variables in a binary file |br| This command saves the listed endogenous or exogenous variables in a binary file
named FILENAME. If no VARIABLE_NAME are listed, all endogenous named FILENAME, where FILENAME is a quoted string. If no VARIABLE_NAME is listed, all endogenous
variables are saved. variables are saved.
In MATLAB or Octave, variables saved with the ``dynasave command`` In MATLAB or Octave, variables saved with the ``dynasave`` command
can be retrieved by the command:: can be retrieved by the command::
load -mat FILENAME load(FILENAME,'-mat')
.. _macro-proc-lang: .. _macro-proc-lang:
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