I've been using the command-line matlab interface (`matlab --nodesktop`

) a lot lately.

When I want to jump out of matlab and back to my bash shell, my instinct is to do `Ctrl`+`D`. I guess the bash and python shortcuts conditioned me to automatically do `Ctrl`+`D`. Problem is, matlab wants me to type `exit`

instead of hitting `Ctrl`+`D`.

Is there a way to convince matlab to let me exit the command line interface by doing `Ctrl`+`D`?