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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?
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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,:),...