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When I run a program of mine, the first thing that happens is that text

is outputted to the command (display) window. this occurs several

times throughout the program, but figures or the m files are in the way

of the command window.

is there a way of bringing the command window to the front during the

execution of the m file, or after a pause for example.

Regards,

Phil

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    • it's ok, I got it

      it's "commandwindow"

      how original!

      Phil

      Phil Newman wrote:

      > When I run a program of mine, the first thing that happens is that text

      > is outputted to the command (display) window. this occurs several

      > times throughout the program, but figures or the m files are in the way

      > of the command window.

      > is there a way of bringing the command window to the front during the

      > execution of the m file, or after a pause for example.

      > Regards,

      > Phil

      #1; Sun, 18 May 2008 19:44:00 GMT
    • Phil Newman wrote:

      > When I run a program of mine, the first thing that happens is that text

      > is outputted to the command (display) window. this occurs several

      > times throughout the program, but figures or the m files are in the way

      > of the command window.

      > is there a way of bringing the command window to the front during the

      > execution of the m file, or after a pause for example.

      > Regards,

      > Phil

      >

      You can call "commandwindow" to bring the Command Window to the front.

      Kristin

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      Kristin Thomas

      Software Engineer

      The MathWorks, Inc.

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      #2; Sun, 18 May 2008 19:45:00 GMT