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Can I save variables to the workspace to view them before the script generating them ends?

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Blake Conka
Blake Conka on 22 Aug 2019
Commented: Blake Conka on 22 Aug 2019
I have a script that runs functions that generate structures on a dataset I'm working on, then plots values from the fields of those structures by a user input of the names of those fields. Is there a way for me to view what the fields are so I can make sure to input them correcly into my plot function before the script terminates?


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AdamG2013468 on 22 Aug 2019
You could just add the struct comewhere in your script without supressing with a semi-colon so it prints to the command window. For example, if your struct 'A' has fields 'tree', 'cat', 'house', then just include:
so it prints something like,
A =
struct with fields:
Am I understanding your question?

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Blake Conka
Blake Conka on 22 Aug 2019
This works. I was trying to keep my command window looking clean, but simple is probably better. Thanks!

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