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"eren gümü_" <erengumus@e-mail.com.tr> wrote in message <jh96ru$1ga$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> thank you but i don't understand. please write the command for me i am not a professional user.
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  I won't write all your code for you.  (I don't even know how you wish to dispose of your results.)  However, suppose that one of the rows from 'nchoosek' was r =[2,3,5,6,8,10,12].  You could get the the corresponding portion of x using:

 s = x(r,:)

Roger Stafford