To convert a MATLAB file saved as a .mat file to a script file saved as a .m file, you can use the `matlab.io.saveVariablesToScript`

function. This function saves the variables in the .mat file as assignments in a script file.

Here's an example code that converts a file named `data.mat`

to a script file named `data.m`

:

main.m121 chars3 lines

In this code, the `load`

function is used to load the data from the `.mat`

file into the workspace. The `who`

function returns a list of variable names in the workspace, which is passed as the second argument to `matlab.io.saveVariablesToScript`

to specify which variables to save. The first argument to `matlab.io.saveVariablesToScript`

is the name of the output file.

After running this code, a file named `data.m`

will be created in the current working directory, containing the variable assignments from the original `.mat`

file.

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