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??? Subscripted assignment between dissimilar structures.

Asked by AP on 11 Jun 2011
Latest activity Commented on by Matt J on 24 Nov 2014 at 13:15

I am using a structure in my script m-file. Everytime I run my code, I get the following error:

??? Subscripted assignment between dissimilar structures.

To run the code, I clear all the variables and then re-run the code. This way I don't get the error. Is there something that I am missing?

Thanks.

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Answer by Jan Simon on 12 Jun 2011
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The error message contains the line number also. Inspect this line to find out, why the structs are different.

Another method for debugging is using the debugger (sic!):

dbstop if error

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AP on 12 Jun 2011

Thank you Jan. This is a really cool.

Jan Simon
Answer by Matt Fig on 12 Jun 2011

It sounds like you are running a script instead of a function? If so, my guess is that with a clear workspace your code creates some variables, but these creation assignments don't work right when the variables are built up by the code if run again without a clear workspace. This is the best I can do without seeing the code...

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AP on 12 Jun 2011

Thank you. The error was because of the following:
in the definition of the structure I had defined MaterialSize whereas in my code I had used Materialsize where the letter 's' is not capitalized as in the definition.

Matt Fig
Answer by Marine on 24 Nov 2014 at 13:10

I have actually the same mistake as AP, but the point is that when I test me structures, they are supposed to be the same in the program, and I really don't know why I got this message. One of my structure comes from a .mat-file, and the other is describe in my script... Can anybody help me please ?

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Matt J on 24 Nov 2014 at 13:15

What about Jan's answer, recommending dbstop? What does that reveal?

Marine

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