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I'm publishing several tutorials to html for a webpage. One of the tutorials I have written is about how to define your own classes in my matlab toolbox. I have an entire class definition in it as an example, interspersed with comments explaining it. The problem is that matlab thinks I actually want this to be a class, because my file starts with
classdef class < superclass
and has properties and functions defined in it. It gives me an error when I try to publish because the name of the file and the name of the class defined in it aren't the same. However, I don't want to change the file name to match because then this will actually be a class. A class with this name already exists in my toolbox, and I don't want an extra to be floating around.
Commenting out the classdef line produces errors as well because I have properties and functions defined. I would basically have to comment out all my code to avoid an error.
Right now, the file will publish, but it prints out an error message at the bottom. This is okay, but not ideal. I'd like to be able to do one of these things:
1) Prevent this error message from being printed to my html file
2) Prevent matlab from recognizing this file as a class
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If you don't care whether the class can run or not, I think you could use the markup for highlighted code sample