import any text using 'looktxt'. data = read_anytext(filename, options...) The possible options are: '--catenate' Catenates similar numerical fields (which have similar dimensions and names. Recommended. '--fast' When numerical data blocks only use isspace(3) separators (\n \r \f \t \v and space), the reading can be made faster with even lower memory requirements. Recommended. '--headers' Extracts headers for each numerical field. Recommended. '--wrapped' Catenates single wrapped output lines with previous matrices (e.g. caused by the 80 chars per line limit in old data formats written by fortran codes). Recommended. '--section=SEC' Classifies fields into sections matching word SEC. This option can be repeated with different SEC words. '--metadata=META' Extracts lines containing word META as user metadata. This option can be repeated with different META items. '--makerows=NAME' When a numerical data block label matching NAME is found, it is transformed into a row vector. This may be used for wrapped files (--wrapped option). This option can be repeatedwith as different NAME tokens. '--help' Lists all possible options. '--silent' Suppress processing messages except errors. the importation consists in performing the following tasks: * handle arguments, looking for options (possibly with "string") and filenames * launch looktxt with Matlab/binary format on temporary file * import the MAT file as a structure read_anytext('compile') check looktxt and recompiles if needed (c) E.Farhi, ILL. License: EUPL.