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How can I extract values from an N x 2 matrix?

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RevengeOfTee
RevengeOfTee on 20 Jan 2020
Answered: Stijn Haenen on 20 Jan 2020
So I have a user inputting N amount of values into a N x 2 matrix. Like so:
xx = input('Enter x coordinates in the form [0 0]');
yy = input('Enter y coordinates in the form [0 0]');
xp1 = xx';
yp1 = yy';
Cord = [xp1,yp1]
Now, what I want to do is extract each of the x-y coordinates in Cord to create points such as P4 = [cord(4,1),cord(4,2)]. The problem is, since the user is inputting the number of rows, I'm going to have N points and I can't figure out how to make a for loop that can account for all the points that will be created. It's been awhile.
Thank you!

Answers (1)

Stijn Haenen
Stijn Haenen on 20 Jan 2020
What about this?:
cord=zeros(1,2);
for i=1:100
xx = input('Enter x coordinates in the form [0]');
yy = input('Enter y coordinates in the form [0]');
Cord(i,:) = [xx,yy];
end

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