I have a large matrix about 573*780 . When I show it, It is displayed like this: Columns 661 through 675 , Columns 676 through 690 and so on. I want to know whther I can show the large matrix with no change in colum?
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If you don't change the array, then of course there will be no change to it. You can then display it with the variable editor, image(), imshow(), imagesc(), fprintf(), etc. depending on what you meant by "show the large matrix." By the way, 573 by 780 is not a large matrix. In fact by image processing standards that is a pretty small matrix. Of course, displaying the matrix, either as an image or as text values, does not change the matrix.
If by chance you meant that you have a matrix and then you processed it somehow, and now want to see which columns have not changed, then you can subtract your matrix from your original matrix. Then this difference matrix can be "shown" using any of the methods that I listed above.
Since your question is ambiguous and not very clear, you might want to rephrase it to explain what "no change" means to you.
You can view the array in the Variable Editor: