How to have only one output from each cell ? (Live Scripts)

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Enrique
Enrique 2022 年 11 月 15 日
コメント済み: Enrique 2022 年 11 月 17 日
I am starting to create new scripts using the live editor .I will like to have one output per cell (like in jupyter notebook) and I haven't found out a simple way to do it. I don’t like that the code gets split to provide an output on the middle of the cell .
As an example , I provide the following representation . I would like to have a unified output after each cell.
syms x
f = tanh(x);
ezplot(f,[-10,10]);
disp(['We have this formula:'])
f
Thanks for your help !!
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Enrique
Enrique 2022 年 11 月 15 日
Sorry If I haven’t explained my self properly . I would like to have have a single output in which it is included all the output contents from the cell .
I don’t like the fact that when a plot is displayed or I write a disp() function the code gets split .

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Chris
Chris 2022 年 11 月 15 日
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These are "sections" in Matlab parlance, because "cell" is taken.
There are three display modes for live scripts which can be toggled with squares somewhere in the editor (probably to the right of the script):
You could put all your commands on one line for the "Output inline" option:
ezplot(f,[-10,10]); disp(['We have this formula:']);f
Or choose the "Hide code" option to group the output together, and copy the code into a text block (but that's not beautiful).
Or select "Output on right" to have the output in a separate column.
I've worked around this behavior without realizing it was bothersome, but I think you'll need to submit a feature request to have it work exactly as you want.
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Enrique
Enrique 2022 年 11 月 17 日
Thanks for your help! Perhaps I only need to get used to live scripts

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