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Hello, I'd like to know if anyone can help me with this seemingly simple problem... 
"Pithawat " <tanvach+matlab@gmail.com> wrote in message <ghmkpn$9ml$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
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Matt wrote: 
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Sorry Matt, but that would give the same result. 
I have wanted a builtin operator that does this kind of thing for a while. Something like > 
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"Matt" <mjacobson.removethis@xorantech.com> wrote in message <ghml3n$eoe$1@fred.mathworks.com>... 
The closest thing I've come across is colon() function. However, this can only substitute n:m type syntax but not a(n:m). 
In article <ghmm6m$7r9$1@fred.mathworks.com>, 
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Doug Schwarz wrote: 
Thank you everyone for your replies. 
Thank you everyone for your replies. 
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Subject: Do stuff without colons From: Oliver Woodford Date: 16 Dec, 2008 14:07:02 Message: 22 of 25 
"Pithawat " wrote: 
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Subject: Do stuff without colons From: Walter Roberson Date: 16 Dec, 2008 18:10:26 Message: 24 of 25 
Oliver Woodford wrote: 
Subject: Do stuff without colons From: Oliver Woodford Date: 16 Dec, 2008 21:24:02 Message: 25 of 25 
Walter Roberson <roberson@hushmail.com> wrote: 
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