In Matlab®, you generally create your codes inside a Matlab® script and you try these codes in the Matlab®’s command line. And you could see your variable’s results in the workspace. But after testing your code at the command line and workspace, these areas in Matlab® could be troublesome to another trial of your code after the alteration of your code in Script.
So between the trials of your Matlab® code inside the Matlab® command line, we suggest that clear these Matlab® command line and workspace that will provide much more efficient testing for your Matlab code. By applying the codes that we explained below, you could do the clearing workspace and command line in Matlab®.
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For example we tested our very basic example code that we created in Matlab® script, then ve copied our Matlab® code to Command window. The variables’ situation could be seen from workspace. So we done with testing out code, so we need to clear out command line and workspace by writing ‘clear’ the press enter to clear the workspace, then write ‘clc’ and press Enter to clear command window in Matlab®.
As you can see, ‘clear’ and ‘clc’ worked very well in Matlab®.
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