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'uigetdir' command is not working in MATLAB 6.1

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Hi All,
i am developing a gui in MATLAB 6.1.
i would like to select a directory, whereas 'uigetdir' command is not working in MATLAB 6.1
requesting your help to know how to select a directory in MATLAB 6.1
Note: i cant move out of MATLAB 6.1 due to some constraints.
Thanks..
Venkat

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 30 May 2019
Define "not working".
Does it throw an error? If so what is the full and exact text of the error message (everything displayed in red?)
Does it issue a warning? If so what is the full and exact text of the warning message (everything displayed in orange?)
Does it give you a different result than you expected? If so, please explain in more detail the result you received and the result you expected.
Venkatapathi
Venkatapathi on 31 May 2019
Hello Steven Lord,
it thrown an error saying "Undefined function or variable 'uigetdir'".
it doesnt prefixed either error or warning. just said "Undefined function or variable uigetdir"
Thanks..
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Accepted Answer

Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 31 May 2019
uigetdir() was added in MATLAB 6.5 .

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Venkatapathi
Venkatapathi on 31 May 2019
Thanks Walter...could you help me on how to use this dll?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 31 May 2019
Make sure the .m and the dll are both on your MATLAB path. Then just call the function with appropriate parameters:
%UIGETFOLDER Standard Windows browse for folder dialog box.
%
% folder = uigetfolder(title, initial_path)
%
% Output: folder = selected folder (empty string if dialog cancelled)
% Inputs: title = title string (OPTIONAL)
% initial_path = initial path (OPTIONAL, defaults to PWD)
%
% Examples: folder = uigetfolder - default title and initial path
% folder = uigetfolder('Select results folder') - default initial path
% folder = uigetfolder([], 'C:\Program Files') - default title
Venkatapathi
Venkatapathi on 3 Jun 2019
Hi Walter...it is working..
thnak you so much

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