|Copy and paste text to and from system clipboard|
|Information about computer on which MATLAB is running|
|Execute operating system command and return output|
|Execute DOS command and return output|
|Execute UNIX command and return output|
|Set environment variable|
|Call Perl script using operating system executable|
|Item from Windows registry|
|Save workspace variables to MATLAB script|
|Get custom preference value|
|Set custom preference value|
|Add custom preference|
|Remove custom preference|
|Determine if custom preference exists|
|Get list of installed add-ons|
|Determine if add-on is enabled|
|Enable installed add-on|
|Disable installed add-on|
|Access the SettingsGroup root object|
|Group of settings and subgroup objects|
|Clear the temporary value for a setting|
|Clear the personal value for a setting|
|Determine whether the setting has a temporary value set|
|Determine whether the setting has a personal value set|
|Determine whether the setting has a factory value set|
Access and modify options for tools such as fonts and colors using settings.
Call external programs by issuing operating system commands.
! character to call an operating system command.
Run UNIX programs off the system path.
This example shows how to substitute a user-specified value for
an environment variable value set by MATLAB when you call a function using the