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Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2?

Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2?
From: Alan
Date: 20 Jun, 2011 13:51:04
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From: Alan
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Date: 20 Jun, 2011 17:16:20
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