Referring to Class Files

Define classes in M-files just like scripts and functions. To use the editor or debugger with a class file, use the full class name. For example, suppose the file for a class, myclass.m is in the following location:

+PackFld1/+PackFld2/@myclass/myclass.m

To open myclass.m in the MATLAB editor, you could reference the file using dot-separated package names:

edit PackFld1.PackFld2.myclass

You could also use path notation:

edit +PackFld1/+PackFld2/@myclass/myclass

If myclass.m is not in an @-folder, then enter:

edit +PackFld1/+PackFld2/myclass

To refer to functions inside a package folder, use dot or path separators:

edit PackFld1.PackFld2.packFunction
edit +PackFld1/+PackFld2/packFunction

To refer to a function defined in its own file inside of a class @-folder, use:

edit +PackFld1/+PackFld2/@myclass/myMethod

For debugging, dbstop accepts any of the file specifications used by the edit command.

[important]See Modifying and Reloading Classes for information about clearing class.[/important]