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values at bar in Matlab

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I created a bar graph in Matlab  and i would like to put the value of each bar at the bar.How to do that?
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I already gave you the code in this question:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Programming/Languages/MatLab/Q_27279697.html

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x = [1 2 0 3 4];
xname = {'Foo','Bar','','Baz','Othername'};
bar(x)
text(1:numel(x),x,xname,'horizontalalignment','center','verticalalignment','bottom')

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