The command is obsolete but grandfathered for users of
earlier versions of MATLAB. Use PRINT instead.
Under MS-Windows(tm), META does nothing.
If you wish to print to a file, choose the FILE: option
on the ports list box in the printer driver installation
dialog box. The system will then prompt you for a filename
when to make a print request.
META <filename> opens the file named 'filename.ps' and saves
the current Figure to it in PostScript form. Subsequent
META commands may omit the filename, in which case the
plots are appended to the previously named file.
By default, META uses the PostScript driver '-dps'.
META <filename> -ddevice specifies a different device driver.
Available device options are:
-dps - PostScript
-dpsc - Color PostScript
-dps2 - Level 2 PostScript
-dpsc2 - Level 2 Color PostScript
Note, some devices are not supported with META because
they do not support multiple page file formats. For example
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS ). Use PRINT instead.
See also PRINT .