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Rational Numbers diving by 0

Asked by Hello kity on 4 Jan 2013

Hi

I show the result of each data ontop of a bar. I have it working. On top of each bar it shows of the rational of failure/measurements.

ratFailMeasurement=rats(Fail/Measurement);

if Fail is 0, then the answer is 0. this is what is shown on top of the bar. but I want that it shows 0/X-amountofmeasurements.

how to?

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Answer by the cyclist on 4 Jan 2013
Edited by the cyclist on 4 Jan 2013
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I think you will probably have to convert to a string manually, to display it how you'd like. For example:

[num2str(0),'/',num2str(7)]

You can of course put variable names where I have put hard-coded numbers. You can also use the sprintf() function to have more precise control over the output format.

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Hello kity on 4 Jan 2013

I think i ll do that first one. there are only a couple bars so wont make the code that longer. \

ty

Hello kity on 4 Jan 2013

I got rid of the rat function and made all of them with strings :)

the cyclist

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