In continuation to previous remark: in ISWHOLE(X1,X2,..,XN), the arrays X1, X2,... can have different dimenions. How on earth can you vectorize ISWHOLE in that case?

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02 Dec 2006

Mukhtar Ullah

Dear Carlos,
You seem to have completely missed what I meant. My dear, in my first syntax ISWHOLE(X), X is an array, which means it can be a vector or matrix. My second syntax ISWHOLE(X1,X2,..,XN) is for the general case when X1, X2 ,.. XN are arrays (vectors or matices). Matlab is an array oriented language, so I don't have to write that explicitely. Matlab users get it usually.

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22 Nov 2006

Carlos Adrian Vargas Aguilera

What? Do you really think so, Ullah? It's Matlab! Check out like i said, Fibonacci.m or my roundd.m, is easy my friend... and then the input can be [X1,X2,..,XN] or a matrix...

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20 Nov 2006

Ullah Mukhtar

Carlos,
If you only consider the first syntax I provide ,ISWHOLE(X), then you are right. I don't need varargin. The if part of the if-else structure is vectorized already. However, the non-vectorized else part, corresponds to the 2nd syntx, ISWHOLE(X1,X2,..,XN), which cannot be vectorized, at least with the current Matlab verions.

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11 Nov 2006

Carlos Adrián Vargas Aguilera

Good but, why not vectorized? And why not make it for any kind of arrays? There's not need for varargin.

Check the inside of file Fibonacci.m by David Terr.