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how to convert a vector to a number

Asked by Itzik Ben Shabat on 16 Dec 2012

hi lets say i have a vector [1,1,1] is there a function that can convert this to the number 111 ?

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Walter Roberson on 16 Dec 2012

What should be done if the vector includes values greater than 9?

If the vector starts with values that are 0, what should be the result ?

Itzik Ben Shabat on 16 Dec 2012

the vector does not contain values greater than 9. if it has 0 to the left it ignores them - 009=9, 012=12 etc.

i could write a for loop that calculates this but i was wondering if there is a function.

Itzik Ben Shabat

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Answer by José-Luis on 16 Dec 2012
Edited by José-Luis on 16 Dec 2012
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 a = randi(9,1,5); 
 your_num = sscanf(sprintf('%d',a),'%d');

or

 alt_sol = sum(a.*repmat(10,1,numel(a)).^(numel(a)-1:-1:0));

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