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Not sending variable to workspace

Asked by Benjamin on 20 Jun 2012

Is there a way to not display a variable created in a script in the workspace?

for example: I have these variables, and what I'm doing with them is putting them into a struct.

 a1 = middle_interpolate(327:362,:); 
 b1 = middle_interpolate(363:398,:);
 a2 = middle_interpolate(689:724,:);      
 b2 = middle_interpolate(725:760,:);
 a3 = middle_interpolate(1051:1086,:);    
 b3 = middle_interpolate(1087:1122,:);
 a4 = middle_interpolate(1411:1448,:);   
 b4 = middle_interpolate(1449:1484,:);
 s = struct('sA1',a1,'sB1',b1,'sA2',a2,'sB2',b2,'sA3',a3,'sB3',b3,'sA4',a4,...
    'sB4',b4);

I know i could pass the values into the struct manually, but this would take a bit of time, is there a way to just not display the individual variables but still use them?

Thanks

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Answer by Tom on 20 Jun 2012
Accepted answer

You would have to do this inside a function, but is there anything to stop you from creating the structure without generating those variables first? i.e.

   s = struct('sA1',middle_interpolate(327:362,:),...

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Benjamin on 20 Jun 2012

Yeah, that's what i was referring to when i mentioned that i could place the values into the struct manually, which I'll probably just end up doing. Thanks!

Tom
Answer by Walter Roberson on 20 Jun 2012

Do you mean in the Workspace Browser? If so, then you cannot create a (local) variable that does not show up in the Workspace Browser.

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