this is a part of my code, I am getting this message. "Unable to perform assignment because the indices on the left side are not compatible with the size of the right side."

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ya2 = k(1)*xa2+d(1);
yb2 = k(2)*xb2+d(2);
yc2 = k(3)*xc2+d(3);
for i=1:4
if x2(1)<Vrd_il(i) && x2(2)>Vrd_il(i)
index(i) = find(abs(xa2-Vrd_il(i)) < 0.001);
Y_point(i) = ya2(index(i));
AY_L(i) = min(Y_point(i));
elseif x2(2)<Vrd_il(i) && x2(3)>Vrd_il(i)
index(i) = find(abs(xb2-Vrd_il(i)) < 0.001);
Y_point(i) = yb2(index(i));
AY_L(i) = min(Y_point(i));
elseif x2(3)<Vrd_il(i) && x2(3)>Vrd_il(i)
index(i) = find(abs(xc2-Vrd_il(i)) < 0.001);
Y_point(i) = yc2(index(i));
AY_L(i) = min(Y_point(i));
elseif x2(1)>Vrd_il(i)
AY_L(i) = 0;
AY_L(i) = 0;

Accepted Answer

DGM on 20 Jun 2022
Edited: DGM on 20 Jun 2022
I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there's no reason to believe that the RHS of this assignment is a scalar.
index(i) = find(abs(xa2-Vrd_il(i)) < 0.001);
if it's not a scalar, then the RHS of this assignment won't be scalar either.
Y_point(i) = ya2(index(i));
The same applies for the other cases.
if you intend to retrieve only the first or last index using find(), you can use the 'first' or 'last' option; otherwise, you'll have to find some other way to deal with the fact that there may be more than one result.
That said, I'm only guessing, since I don't know what any of these variables are or where the error actually occurred. If the above is not the case, then you'll have to reveal the actual complete error message.

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