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Array Preallocation

Asked by Trader on 28 Mar 2012

I am trying to preallocate an array that can be filled with any type of value string, double, int mostly. What am I doing wrong because I'm getting an error:

l = 300;
w = 13;
full_data=cell(l, w);

This is the error:

??? Subscripted assignment dimension mismatch.

3 Comments

Trader on 29 Mar 2012

I should clarify... after I've allocated the array, I try writing to it like this:

counter is just an integer that increments through a loop.

full_data(counter,:) = {...13 values ...}

Thomas on 30 Mar 2012

Can you show your {..13 values.. }

Trader on 31 Mar 2012

full_data(counter,:) = {counter current_date current_time position pa bp num_shares entry_price price sma t_band goshort l_band golong profit};

counter = int
current_date = serial num of date mm/dd/yy
current_time = serial num of time HH:MM
position = int
everything else = double

thanks for you help!

Trader

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1 Answer

Answer by Thomas on 28 Mar 2012

your code works correctly and preallocates memory correctly

l = 300;
w = 13;
full_data=cell(l, w);
>> size(full_data)
ans =
        300.00         13.00

Try clearing the variables before you begin.

doc clear

1 Comment

Matt Tearle on 28 Mar 2012

Perhaps you have a variable called "cell"...?

Thomas

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