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How to run script without MATLAB asking to press any key to continue

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Erich Hernandez
Erich Hernandez on 5 Mar 2020
Commented: Erich Hernandez on 5 Mar 2020
I am using a For loop to plot lines on a figure but the number of iterations that I need to go through is close to 4000. When I run the script it brings up the figure window and plots the line but it stops and at the bottom of the main window it says "Paused: Press any key"
Is there a way I can run this loop autonomously without MATLAB pausing and asking me to press a key to plot the next line?
I tried to rearrange the loop into a while loop in hopes that it wouldn't prompt me to press a key but that didn't work either.

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Bhaskar R
Bhaskar R on 5 Mar 2020
Remove pause MATLAB commad from your script
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Erich Hernandez
Erich Hernandez on 5 Mar 2020
I'm sorry I forgot to mention that I already tried this. The figure window opens. It prompts me to press a key and when I do nothing happens.

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