The identification of the file format is now implemented in a separate
function (GETFILETYPE.M). It's uploaded to the CVS-repository.
Robert Oostenveld wrote:
This was actually the reason for me (in my own read_fcdc_data/header
wrapper that you might recall) to implement a separate detection, i.e.
the filetype.m function. That function gives back a meaingfull
description, but also can be used to test whether a file is of a
particular type. It was inspired on the very nice general unix command
"file" (see http://linux.ctyme.com/man/man0754.htm).
PS Alois: this message is mainly intended to try out whether I can post
to the group, so I don't expect any follow up.
Yiqing Liang wrote:
files. How I can use a software to read that file since I do not know
its format all? Does it mean that I have to take try-and-erro to
figure out the format first, and then write some code to read it? Is
there anything that can facilitate this process?