Remove an M-file breakpoint set by the DBSTOP command.
The DBCLEAR command removes the breakpoint set by a corresponding
DBSTOP command. There are six forms to this command. They are:
DBCLEAR AT lineno IN Mfilename
DBCLEAR ALL IN Mfilename
DBCLEAR IN Mfilename
DBCLEAR IF ERROR
DBCLEAR IF NANINF or DBCLEAR IF INFNAN
where lineno is a line number in M-file function Mfilename.
The AT, IN and IF keywords are optional.
The first form removes the breakpoint at line lineno in M-file
function Mfilename. The second form removes all breakpoints in
Mfilename. The third form removes the breakpoint set at the first
executable line in Mfilename. The fourth form removes all breakpoints
in all M-files. The fifth form clears the DBSTOP IF ERROR statement,
if set. If a run-time error occurs after this command, MATLAB
terminates the current operation and returns to the base workspace.
The sixth form clears the DBSTOP on infinities and NaNs.
See also DBSTEP31N4BN2, DBSTOP , DBCONT , DBTYPE , DBSTACK , DBUP ,
DBDOWN , DBSTATUS , and DBQUIT .