Superclass contains a parse error
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For one month now, I have been having the following error when launching a code (any code containing "readtable" command) right after booting up Matlab.
The workaround I found is to do
and then reset my own path again.
I cannot find the conflicting function in my path, is there a way to find it, or any remnant solution?
Thank you for your help
PS: as I work on several computer (from my desktop in the lab, from home, my laptop etc.), I have saved my path on Dropbox and then I have added it in the path. Matlab on Windows seems to save my personal path, but on Linux Ubuntu (21.04LTS), it seems I need to set my path each time I launch Matlab. Would this be related to my initial question? Would there be a way to save my path once for good on Linux? Thank you!
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