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"Roger Stafford" wrote in message <iq9rjp$g0n$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> .......
>  t1 = [x,false]; t2 = [false,x];
>  f1 = find(t1==1 & t2~=1); f2 = find(t1~=1 & t2==1);
>  y = zeros(size(x));
>  y(f2-1) = f2-f1;
> 
> Roger Stafford
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  Assuming x really is a logical type I should have written:

 t1 = [x,false]; t2 = [false,x];
 f1 = find(t1&~t2); f2 = find(~t1&t2);
 y = zeros(size(x));
 y(f2-1) = f2-f1;

Roger Stafford