|MATLAB Function Reference|
Save session to a file
diary function creates a log of keyboard input and the resulting output (except it does not include graphics). The output of
diary is an ASCII file, suitable for printing or for inclusion in reports and other documents. If you do not specify
filename, MATLAB creates a file named
diary in the current directory.
diary mode on and off. To see the status of
'). MATLAB returns either
off indicating the
writes a copy of all subsequent keyboard input and the resulting output (except it does not include graphics) to the named file, where
filename is the full pathname or
filename is in the current MATLAB directory. If the file already exists, output is appended to the end of the file. You cannot use a
on. To see the name of the
diary file, use
diary suspends the diary.
diary resumes diary mode using the current filename, or the default filename
diary if none has yet been specified.
is the unquoted form of the syntax.
Command History window in MATLAB Development Environment documentation