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How can i choose one result of numerical result?

Asked by Light on 7 Jun 2013

I have to choose higher row number (only one result)

A=[-1,1,1;0,-1,0;0,0,-1;1,0,0];
blnA = logical( A == -1 );
blnOut = find(all(ismember(A,[0,-1]),2));
blnOut =
     2
     3

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Azzi Abdelmalek on 7 Jun 2013

What is the expected result?

Light on 7 Jun 2013

Expected result is 3. But if it is hard, just choose one result of them is enough.

Light

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 7 Jun 2013
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max(blnOut)

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Answer by Iain on 7 Jun 2013
 bInOut(end)

Swap end for something else if you want a different result, like 1 for the minimum, or 2 for the 2nd, etc.

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Light on 7 Jun 2013

Thank you very much!! :D

Iain

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