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How to plot with continuous line

Asked by K on 24 Nov 2012

Hi, I have an array and I want to plot it into graph. My problem is I got a dotted graph line and not a continuous one. How should I change my code to solve this problem? My code look like this:

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for i= 1:5 array(i) = i*3; plot (i, array(i)); end

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Nov 2012
Edited by Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Nov 2012
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Use plot after the loop

 for ii= 1:5
    x(ii)=ii 
    array(ii) = ii*3; 
  end
 plot (x, array); 

%don't use i and j as variables (used with comlex numbers)

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K on 24 Nov 2012

Ooo..now I understand..Thank you

K on 24 Nov 2012

One more question. Do you know what is the maximum elements of array that Matlab can support?

Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Nov 2012

I can't tell exactly, that depends on your matlab version, also on your computer power and memory. look at this link http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions/en/data/1-IHYHFZ/index.html

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