confirm valid file identifier before flcose?

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CM
CM le 1 Fév 2024
Réponse apportée : CM le 2 Fév 2024
I am using GUI callbacks to close a file. Sometimes the file is aready closed, and I get an invalid file identifier error. Is there a robust way to check if the file is still open before calling fclose? I have tried using fopen('all') but that does not always catch it.

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Les Beckham
Les Beckham le 1 Fév 2024
If you call fopen on the file identifier when the file is closed it will return empty (instead of returning the filename). So, you can do this:
if ~isempty(fopen(fid))
fclose(fid);
end

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Voss
Voss le 1 Fév 2024
try
fclose(fid);
catch
% file already closed, do nothing
end

CM
CM le 2 Fév 2024
Thanks Les and Voss. I have actually combined both techniques, with the try inside the if loop. I am not using multithreading, so I am not sure if it is possible for the fid to become invalid within the space of the fopen and the if statements, but I have been going round in circles on this for a while and want to make sure it is robust.

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