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How to catch/find ''Index exceeds matrix dimensions'' error line?

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Shakir Hussain
Shakir Hussain on 4 Jul 2018
Commented: Jan on 5 Jul 2018
We can catch error line by
dbstop if all error
dbstop if error
dbstop if caught error e.t.c
I have no idea how to catch the above mention error(Index exceeds matrix dimensions) line in matlab 2016a?

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Geoff Hayes
Geoff Hayes on 4 Jul 2018
Shakir - why can't you use dbstop if error? Are you saying that this doesn't work in r2016a?
Shakir Hussain
Shakir Hussain on 5 Jul 2018
Yes, it does not work for me and the error is not giving any information more than above mentioned one

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Jan
Jan on 4 Jul 2018
Edited: Jan on 4 Jul 2018
''Index exceeds matrix dimensions'' error line
This is not the complete error message, but there must be a file name and line number. Then:
dbstop in FILENAME at LINENO
stops there. But this stops also, if no error occurred.
What about:
dbstop if error IDENTIFIER
or in your case:
dbstop('if', 'error', 'MATLAB:badsubscript')
Nevertheless, Geoff's idea should be working already: dbstop if error does catch your error also. So why does this not work?

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Shakir Hussain
Shakir Hussain on 5 Jul 2018
I also astonished that why the above mentioned codes are not working
Jan
Jan on 5 Jul 2018
@Shakir Hussain: It would be useful, if you explain the problem you have. "Not working" is not specific enough to allow for a matching solution. Post the corresponding code and explain, what you observe exactly. You can enclose the code in try, ..., catch ME, end and display the contents of ME.

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