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Blank Context dependent: either ignored, indicates a delimiter in a data creation statement such as c = [a b], is a character in a string statement, or is a delimiter in an optional form of certain MATLAB functions such as syms a b and format long. @ At sign Constructs a function handle by placing @ before a function name, such as @FunctionName. \ Backslash (a) A mathematical operator to perform certain matrix operations. (b) A character that is used to display Greek letters and mathematical symbols in graph annotation.

If enter is not pressed, the function name is selected. In either case, the information in the right-hand window is displayed. 19 Help window. 20 Help pull-down menu. where FunctionName is the name of the function about which information is sought. Almost the same information that appears from using the Index search in the Help window is obtained, only in a less elegant format. 21 Help window when Using the Desktop has been selected from the Help pull-down menu. 22 Help window when Using the Command Window has been selected from the Help pull-down menu.

7; » MATLAB also lets one place several expressions on one line, a line being terminated by Enter. In this case, each expression is separated by either a comma (,) or a semicolon (;). When a comma is used, the system echoes the input. 7000 » The use of semicolons instead of the commas would have suppressed this output. 10 Chapter 1 Introduction Arithmetic Operators The five arithmetic operators to perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and exponentiation are +, -, *, /, and ¿, respectively.

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