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How to open a script in a running MATLAB instance with Windows Command Line?

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埃博拉酱
埃博拉酱 2021 年 7 月 19 日
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Double-click a script file in Windows File Explorer will open the script in a running MATLAB instance if it exists. Only when no instances are running will a new instance start. However in Windows commandline:
matlab SomeScript.m
This command will always start a new MATLAB instance, regardless of whether any instances are running. Is there a way to fully mimic the double-click behavior in Windows Commandline?
After all, how does MATLAB tell whether I'm calling it by double-click on a script or in cmd?

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Smitesh Patil
Smitesh Patil 2021 年 7 月 19 日
Here are all the options available while launching matlab from cmd. However there doesn't seem to be any option to open without starting new instance.
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埃博拉酱
埃博拉酱 2021 年 7 月 19 日
Then how is double-click processed? How can MATLAB treat a double-click differently?

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