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Delete first 8 bits of data

Asked by Willam Willam on 24 Feb 2013

Hi. I want ask a question. If I got a variable that store values from an array. For example, A=[11111111 00000000]. How do I delete the data of 11111111 after the first looping is done? Assume that there have 2 looping. Thanks.

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Feb 2013
Edited by Azzi Abdelmalek on 24 Feb 2013

You can't write

A=[11111111 00000000] 

because it gives

A=[11111111 0]

If you have

A=['11111111'; '00000000']
A(1,:)=[]% will remove 11111111

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Willam Willam on 25 Feb 2013

Oops. ok. Thanks ya...

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