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Reset Button Gui

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Melvin on 8 Mar 2012
Commented: IKGYEOM KIM on 14 Apr 2020
Hi everyone. What code should I put under a push button if I want to reset the inputs and outputs presented on the GUI to its most initial state? Thank you. :)

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Sermed on 13 Mar 2012
Hi Melvin The way I do it is: Under the callback function of the reset push button write: set(handles.edit1, 'value', 0)set(handles.edit2, 'string', 'default') ...... this will solve the problem if you have a limited nr of input parameters. Their might be some other smarter methodes :o)
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IKGYEOM KIM on 14 Apr 2020

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Aldin on 13 Mar 2012
You can try this code: Callback for your RESET BUTTON: set(handles.edit1,'String','') ('' - is empty String)
yogesh jain
yogesh jain on 8 Mar 2016
axes(handles.axes1); cla;

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aveks Gebastyan
aveks Gebastyan on 12 Aug 2018
hi everyone. my question same with @melvin. if we want to reset uitable, what can I do (source code) in callback reset button?... thanks..
aveks Gebastyan
aveks Gebastyan on 12 Aug 2018
thanks for answer...I have problem again, how to reset or remove checklist on the checkbox?. because I use the checkbox for insert data to uitable. so if we reset data in uitable, the cheklist in checkbox must be lost...
function checkbox1_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)
% hObject handle to checkbox1 (see GCBO)
% eventdata reserved - to be defined in a future version of MATLAB
% handles structure with handles and user data (see GUIDATA)
% Hint: get(hObject,'Value') returns toggle state of checkbox1
set(handles.uitable1,'data',{'Bercak', '1', '0';})
% --- Executes on button press in checkbox2.
function checkbox2_Callback(hObject, eventdata, handles)
data=get(handles.uitable1, 'data');
data(end+1,:)={'numb', '1', '0';}; %if data is a cell or
set(handles.uitable1, 'data', data);

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