To copy a csv file in MATLAB, you can use the `copyfile`

function from the File Management toolbox. The function takes two input arguments, the source file and the destination file.

Here's an example code snippet that copies a csv file named `example.csv`

from the folder `C:\input`

to the folder `C:\output`

:

main.m119 chars4 lines

This will create a copy of `example.csv`

in the `C:\output`

folder. Make sure that the destination folder exists before running the code.

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