To read a text file in Matlab, you can use the "fopen", "fgetl" and "fclose" functions. Here's an example code snippet:

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In this example, "example.txt" is the name of the file you want to read. The "fopen" function returns a file identifier (fileID) that can be used to access the file. The "r" argument specifies that the file should be opened in read mode.

A while loop is then used to read each line of the file using the "fgetl" function. The "ischar" function is used to check whether the end of the file has been reached. Each line is stored in a cell array called "data".

Finally, the "fclose" function is used to close the file and release the file handle.

Note that there are other ways to read text files in Matlab, such as using the "textscan" function or the "importdata" function, but the above example is a basic method that should work for most simple cases.

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