In this post we will combine the ideas presented in part I and part II on building a GUI utilizing guide in Matlab. So far we have generated two graphical windows, one of which includes radio buttons, edittable text boxes, a drop-down menu, and a push button, and the second of which has a modifiable strategy table. The object now is to combine the two windows, and allow for proper user control of all of these components. Continue reading →
Last week we looked at the usage of guide in building a GUI. We included radio buttons, both editable and static text boxes, a drop-down menu and a push button. This week, we’ll create our second GUI to display a table (uitable). As all the decisions in blackjack hinge on two pieces of information: 1) the face up card of the dealer; and 2) the player cards, a look-up table can provide an optimal method for making a simple informed choice of whether to hit, stand, split or double down. Continue reading →
When running long code streams, waiting in front of the computer watching the program run can be excruciating. Sometimes I find myself doing this if I do not know how long the code will run, or if there will be errors returned. (I also sit in front of the computer because I enjoy watching cat gifs and the old school de-fragmentation screens, so who knows…) But you don’t have to! Go out and accomplish something else while your computer chugs away. With the useful command sendmail, we can send messages to our email or phone with some simple commands. Through this post, I’ll share some sample .m files that we commonly use to notify ourselves of code completion or errors.