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Evaluating MATLAB Commands with Notebook
After you define a MATLAB command as an input cell, or as an autoinit cell, you can evaluate it in your M-book. Use the following steps to define and evaluate a MATLAB command:
The text in the output cell is blue and is enclosed within cell markers. Cell markers are bold, gray brackets. They differ from the brackets used to enclose matrices by their size and weight. Error messages appear in red. For information about changing these default formats, see Modifying Styles in the M-Book Template.
For more information about evaluating MATLAB commands in an M-book, see
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