Need to assign values to variable in a vector

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Altaf Adam Rawoot on 8 Nov 2019
Answered: Ajay Pattassery on 11 Nov 2019
x1=-1, y1=1, x2=-1, y2=-1, x3=1, y3=-1, x4=1, y4=1
A=[1 x1 y1 x1*y1;1 x2 y2 x2*y2;1 x3 y3 x3*y3;1 x4 y4 x4*y4]
syms x y
D=[1 x y x*y]
[K]=D*inv(A);
N1=K(1,1)
N2=K(1,2)
N3=K(1,3)
N4=K(1,4)
[G]=[diff(N1,x) diff(N2,x) diff(N3,x) diff(N4,x);diff(N1,y) diff(N2,y) diff(N3,y) diff(N4,y)]
%until here i got the value of [G] in terms of x and y. Now i need to get the value from user for x and y and substitue it in the matrix to get the out put matrix.
function [G] = untitled(x,y);
x=input("Please Input X Co-Ordinate");
y=input("Please Input Y Co-Ordinate");
end
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Ajay Pattassery on 11 Nov 2019
The subs function helps in doing the symbolic substitution. The following snippet will do the substitution.
x1=input("Please Input X Co-Ordinate");
y1=input("Please Input Y Co-Ordinate");
G = subs(G,[x,y],[x1 y1])
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