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Storing results from a nested for loop

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Dat Tran
Dat Tran on 1 Jun 2016
Answered: Iain on 7 Jun 2016
Dear all,
May you please find my attached file for my question regarding how to store the results from a nested for loop. I want the nested for loop storing the results as expected resulted in the attached file.
N = 2;
M = 8;
for i = 1:1:N
for j = 1:1:M
if swat_subbasin_id(j) == subbasin_id(i)
ID = s_tillage_id(j);
end
end
tillage_id(i) = ID;
end
AA = tillage_id';
disp(AA);
Thank you so much for your help! Best regards, Dat

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Pavel Dey
Pavel Dey on 7 Jun 2016
Not sure if I understood your question correctly. Are you stuck at storing the results in an excel sheet? To read from and write to an excel sheet you will have to use 'xlsread' and 'xlswrite' functions. Refer to the documentation below

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Iain
Iain on 7 Jun 2016
Well theres two ways:
1. Write the results to file as they are generated. (xlswrite & xlsread would be your friends, and you just need to tell them where to write the latest value(s) as needed.) There are better options than xlswrite though.
2. Write the results to a 2-D variable, so, in your inner loop, you would have:
tillage_id(i,j) = s_tillage_id(j)

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