The above is my input table. Check 'a' for the value '1'. The corresponding 'e' value differs. So, we should not consider it. Check 'a' the value of '3'. The corresponding 'e' values are same. How to develop code for this?
AE = [a e]; %The initial array out = AE(abs(diff(AE,1,2)) < eps(100),:);
I think you should consider using isequal() . The function works with single, double, string.
If they're integers, use ==, like
if a == e
if they're floating point, you need to check against a tolerance:
if abs(a-e) < 0.0001
See the FAQ for more info: http://matlab.wikia.com/wiki/FAQ#Why_is_0.3_-_0.2_-_0.1_.28or_similar.29_not_equal_to_zero.3F
When you go through the first two rows, you can find that the change in the values. So, '1' should be omitted. There is no change in 3rd and 4th row.. 'e' value does not gets changed. So, we can consider 'e' .
How to do this??