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How can i leave the vector result?

Asked by Light on 8 Jun 2013

I have a problem I need a result dB(2)=7 but that result coming. What will i do?

A(1)=4;
A(2)=5;
A(3)=6;
 row=2; %row is variable. It is given one.
dB(row)=A(row)+2
dB =
     0     7

I need result with brackets like that dB(1), dB(2), dB(3). But it is changed to vector.

Is there another way?

Thanks!

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Azzi Abdelmalek on 8 Jun 2013

Can you explain?

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 8 Jun 2013

If you need dB(2)=7 write

dB(2)=7

If not provide more information

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Light on 8 Jun 2013

All result is changed dB= ........

My expected result must have brackets dB(n)=......

Azzi Abdelmalek on 8 Jun 2013

What you are asking for is how to display B(n)=

row=2  
dB(row)=A(row)+2;
[sprintf('dB(%d)=',row) num2str(dB(row))]
Azzi Abdelmalek on 8 Jun 2013

Have you tried the above code? and what do you mean: use it next calculation? can you explain?

Azzi Abdelmalek

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