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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Alan Date: 20 Jun, 2011 13:51:04 Message: 1 of 12 
Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2 and not 3? 
Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: matt dash Date: 20 Jun, 2011 14:26:04 Message: 2 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Steven_Lord Date: 20 Jun, 2011 14:27:15 Message: 3 of 12 

Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Alan Date: 20 Jun, 2011 17:03:04 Message: 4 of 12 
> Because trailing singleton dimensions are ignored, as stated in the 
Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Florin Neacsu Date: 20 Jun, 2011 17:16:20 Message: 5 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Steven_Lord Date: 20 Jun, 2011 17:23:39 Message: 6 of 12 

Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Matt J Date: 20 Jun, 2011 17:32:04 Message: 7 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: James Tursa Date: 20 Jun, 2011 18:04:04 Message: 8 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: James Tursa Date: 20 Jun, 2011 19:23:02 Message: 9 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: Matt J Date: 20 Jun, 2011 19:44:05 Message: 10 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: James Tursa Date: 20 Jun, 2011 20:21:04 Message: 11 of 12 
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Subject: Why does ndims(zeros(1,1,1)) equal 2? From: James Tursa Date: 20 Jun, 2011 20:32:02 Message: 12 of 12 
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