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how can I print out all the variables of my code?

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Hello,
how can I print on my screen all my variables of my code? I'm trying to avoid to use twice the same variables and for that I need to make a list with all my variables. The problem is that I use some m-files which someone else wrote.
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Iain
Iain il 22 Nov 2013
If you're using someone else's m-files, why can't you turn them into functions?
If you turn them into functions, they cannot litter your workspace with random variables.
sadel
sadel il 22 Nov 2013
Hi! These m-files are functions and classes but the problem is that I must modify them or find and fix some errors and for this reason I need all the variables on a list.

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Simon
Simon il 22 Nov 2013
Hi!
Just look at your "Workspace", it can be found in the menu bar. Or type "who" in command window.
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sadel
sadel il 22 Nov 2013
hi and thank you for your answer!
but what if these variables are in a gui program which has many classes? then what can I do?
Simon
Simon il 22 Nov 2013
If you modify a class you modify the functions of tha class. If you are working on a specific function you can set a breakpoint. The execution stops at that point leaving you in debug mode ("K" prompt in command window). Now you can execute "who" and see the variables in the function as defined up to this point.

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