Deleting specific Rows in a matrix

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I have a matrix "A" that is 350x1 matrix, so it is a very large matrix. This matrix has about 40 rows that I want to remove. I know these rows and they are stored in another matrix "B", which is a 40x1 matrix. How do I delete the rows that are listed in matrix "B" from matrix "A"?

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Joseph Cheng
Joseph Cheng on 7 Apr 2014
you can do this
This will delete the rows from A given the numbers that are stored in B.

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Ondrej Budac
Ondrej Budac on 7 Apr 2014
If your matrix B has the row indices, it suffices to write
A(B) = [];


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