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It might be easier to use a patch object directly instead of the plot function, although the syntax might seem a little bizarre....
Answered 3 years ago
I'm a clumsy typist...
function hepl (x)
Use comma separated list syntax
staff = [employee1 employee2 employee3 ..... employeeN];
salary = [staff.salary];
Regardless of input, output the string 'yes'.
3 years ago
Given the input n, return true if n is odd or false if n is even.
Given an input vector x, find all elements of x less than 0 or greater than 10 and replace them with NaN.
Remove the nth column from input matrix A and return the resulting matrix in output B.
A = [1 2 3; 4 5 6];
Write a function which returns every other element of the vector passed in. That is, it returns the all odd-numbered elements, s...
Given a and b, return the sum a+b in c.
Find the sum of all the numbers of the input vector x.
Input x = [1 2 3 5]
Output y is 11
Input x ...
In MATLAB, you create a vector by enclosing the elements in square brackets like so:
x = [1 2 3 4]
Commas are optional, s...
Try out this test problem first.
Given the variable x as your input, multiply it by two and put the result in y.
See example 3 in the UPDATE documentation, "Example 3 — Update Multiple Records with Different Constraints".
Basically you a ...
Answered 2 years ago
It seems to work (in 2012b, at least) if you subclass dynamicprops
classdef MyClass < dynamicprops
This is probably a bad idea but maybe it could come in handy in some situations:
dataPool = dynamicprops;
I think Matlab is definitely lacking in this arena. I almost never save application paths in Matlab, it gets really annoying onc...
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