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How do I edit rectangles of text in the MATLAB text editor?

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Steven
Steven on 20 Feb 2014
Answered: Bernard on 27 Jan 2015
When I say 'rectangle', I mean rectangular areas of the text: all the characters between a certain pair of columns, in a certain range of lines. Emacs has commands to kill rectangles, yank killed rectangles, clear them out, fill them with blanks or text, or delete them. Rectangle commands are useful with text in multicolumn formats, and for changing text into or out of such formats.
How do I do this in the MATLAB editor?

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Bernard
Bernard on 27 Jan 2015
Hello !
I use KATE or EMACS from time to time... they have block (rectangles) capabilities...
Any way... ;-)

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