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Re: [Condor-users] Introduce arguments

Well; of course producto.m won't do anything useful within Matlab
because it doesn't return a value, right?  And as written, x and y will
be provided by the calling program.  Is producto.m the real function, or
only an example?  In other words, I am wondering if this is a Matlab
question or Condor question.

If your producto.m read its x and y values from the command line, then
we can devise a way to pass those arguments using Condor.

Ralph Finch, P.E.
California Dept. of Water Resources
Delta Modeling Section, Bay-Delta Office
Room 215-13
1416 9th Street
Sacramento CA  95814

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I did it but the program fails.

My executable is (producto.bat):

Executable = C:\Archivos de
transfer_input_files =producto.m
arguments =-nosplash -nojvm -nodesktop -nofigurewindows -r producto.m
Universe = vanilla Log = c:\condor\bin\producto.log output =
c:\condor\bin\producto.out error = c:\condor\bin\producto.err getenv =
True; transfer_executable = False should_transfer_files = YES
when_to_transfer_output = ON_EXIT transfer_input_files =c:\Program

And my m file (c:\Program files\MATLAB\R2007a\bin\win32\producto.m) is:

function z=producto(x,y)

producto.exe and producto.bat are on the same path

Any idea