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How to view code of a function

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abhinibesh
abhinibesh on 5 Mar 2014
Commented: Walter Roberson on 31 Jul 2020
I want to view codes of functions of Communication toolbox, eg "fskmod" etc. Please help.

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Anuj
Anuj on 5 Mar 2014
type in command window
open fskmod

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Matthew Young
Matthew Young on 31 Jul 2020
Dreadfully sorry to be so late to the party but I tried this for the funtion "norm" and it just gave a load of comments. I don't suppose you'd know how to find the "inner workings" of a fuction, would you?
John D'Errico
John D'Errico on 31 Jul 2020
If all you see in the m-file function are comments, then you CANNOT see the "inner workings". The function is a built-in function in the form of compiled code. The MathWorks does not provide the code for compiled functions. Unless of course, you work for them.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 31 Jul 2020
The official answer to "How can I see the code for a built-in MATLAB function" is to work at MATLAB as an employee or intern.
The unoffocial answer that I like to give is: If you give Mathworks a $US 10 million non-refundable deposit, then you will get a meeting with someone from Mathworks to discuss getting access to the file you are interested in. (These days it would be an online meeting.)

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