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Reset Button Gui

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Melvin
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
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
IKGYEOM KIM on 14 Apr 2020
thx

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Aldin
Aldin on 13 Mar 2012
You can try this code: Callback for your RESET BUTTON: set(handles.edit1,'String','') ('' - is empty String)
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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..
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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);
thanks..

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