Description |
Many a times it may be required to identify the indices, 'i'(row),'j'(column) and 'k'(plane) values of an element number 'e'
% SAMPLE USAGE 1
% [row,column,plane]=findijk(79,[10 10 10])
% row =
% 9
% column =
% 8
% plane =
% 1
% SAMPLE USAGE 2
% [row,column,plane]=findijk(79,[10 10])
% row =
% 9
% column =
% 8
% plane =
% 1
% SAMPLE USAGE 3
% [row,column,plane]=findijk(301,[10 10 10])
% row =
% 1
% column =
% 1
% plane =
% 4
[NOTE: Its just another method and users who are inquisitive enough to know a different approach (as with the inbuilt function ind2sub) to do the same job, would find this interesting.] |