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size

Size of Map object

Description

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n = size(M,1) returns the number of key-value pairs in the input Map object. size(M,1) is equivalent to length(M) and to the property M.Count.

szdim = size(M,dim) returns the length of dimension dim. Since a Map object stores data as an n-by-1 set of key-value pairs, size returns 1 when dim > 1.

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sz = size(M) returns a two-element vector [n 1], where n is the number of key-value pairs in M.

[sz1,sz2,...,szL] = size(M) returns [n,1,...,1].

Examples

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Create a Map object.

months = {'Jan','Feb','Mar','Apr'};
rainfall = [327.2 368.2 197.6 178.4];
M = containers.Map(months,rainfall)
M = 
  Map with properties:

        Count: 4
      KeyType: char
    ValueType: double

Return the number of key-value pairs.

n = size(M,1)
n = 4

Return the number of pairs as a vector.

sz = size(M)
sz = 1×2

     4     1

Input Arguments

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Input Map object.

Queried dimension, specified as a positive numeric scalar.

Introduced in R2008b