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Function Synopsis

savebindata(FileLS, varargin)

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 SAVing BINary DATA to a file by appending variables

 The even input variables in varargin ({1}, {3}, ...) are assigned 
 to variables. The names of these variables are given in the odd input 
 variables in varargin ({2}, {4}, ...). Thus, the name can be defined 
 freely in the calling function.
 Then all variables are saved to the data mat-file defined in FileLS.
 However, the new variables are appended to the mat file, variables of 
 the same name are replaced.

 This function is written for Matlab >=5.x.
 For Matlab 4.x please use loadsave with a similar functionality.

 Syntax:  savebindata(FileLS, varargin)

 Input parameters:
    FileLS    - String containing the name of the mat-file
                   if the file doesn't exist, it will be created
    P1-Pxx    - (optional) input variables (all in varargin)
                   even numbers: string containing name of next variable
                   odd  numbers: variable
                   example: P1 contains the name of the variable in P2
                            P3 the name of the variable in P4 and so on

 Output parameter:
    no output parameter

  % mat-file 'filename.mat' doesn't exist
  >>savebindata('FileName', 'var2', var2, 'var3', var3)
  % now mat-file 'filename.mat' contains 2 variables with name var2 and var3

  >>savebindata('FileName', 'hell5', hell5, 'blurr2', blurr2)
  % now mat-file 'filename.mat' contains 4 variables: var2, var3, hell5, blurr2

 See also: geamain
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