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for some reason or another, i can’t get dbstop to work (running matlab7 on “os x”). even manually setting a breakpoint in the matlab editor doesn’t work.

as expected, this makes debugging quite difficult.

fortunately, i’ve rediscovered this handy function:


just stick this in wherever you’d like your code to pause and grant you keyboard access.

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2 Responses to “set a breakpoint in matlab when dbstop not working”

  1. on 31 Jul 2006 at 3:52 pm Anonymous

    yes, this has been very useful!

    - fellow MIT student

  2. on 19 Sep 2006 at 2:29 pm Anonymous

    ‘Keyboard’ works for me as well. -But why doesen´t the “red dots” do the trick anymore? Is this a path/pwd issue?

    I have R13(6.5) installed.

    /”Matlab-inmate” from Denmark.

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