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Consider carefully if your problem really needs more precision. Often if you're running out of precision the problem lies fundamentally in your methods being [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Numerical_stability numerically unstable], so more precision will not help you here. If you absolutely must use arbitrary-precision arithmetic, you're at present better off using a CAS instead of Octave. An example of such a CAS is [http://sagemath.org Sage].
 
==How do I run a Matlab P-file in Octave?==
 
You can't. Matlab P-files, also known as P-code, are [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Obfuscation_%28software%29 obfuscated] files than cannot be run outside Matlab itself.
 
Matlab P-files will ''never'' be supported in Octave, since there is no publicly-available algorithm to decode them (it wouldn't be obfuscation if there were one).
 
=Common problems=
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