evstr - evaluation of expressions
Returns the result of the evaluation of the matrix of character strings M . Each element of the matrix must define a valid Scilab expression.
If the evaluation of M expression leads to an error, the single return value version, H=evstr(M) , raises the error as usual. The two return values version, [H,ierr]=evstr(M) , on the other hand, produces no error, but returns the error number in ierr .
If Z is a list, Subexp is a vector of character strings, that defines sub_expressions which are evaluated before evaluating M . These sub_expressions must be referred to as %(k) in M , where k is the sub-expression's index in Subexp .
evstr('a=1') is not valid (use execstr instead).
a=1; b=2; Z=['a','b'] ; evstr(Z) a=1; b=2; Z=list(['%(1)','%(1)-%(2)'],['a+1','b+1']); evstr(Z)