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Octave supports several ways of reading and writing data to or from the prompt or a file. The most simple functions for data Input and Output (I/O) are easy to use, but only provides a limited control of how data is processed. For more control, a set of functions modelled after the C standard library are also provided by Octave.
|14.1 Basic Input and Output|
|14.2 C-Style I/O Functions|
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