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Masoud Ghanbari
Masoud Ghanbari on 11 Apr 2013
How Can I Simplify This Code Using For Command ...
tic
syms x y z
clc;
f1=x;
f2=y;
f4=x-16;
f5=y-20;
f6=1.5*x+y-30;
%dot3=solve(f1,f4);dot3=[dot3.x dot3.y]
dot4=solve(f1,f5);dot4=[dot4.x dot4.y];
dot5=solve(f1,f6);dot5=[dot5.x dot5.y];
dot6=solve(f2,f4);dot6=[dot6.x dot6.y];
%dot7=solve(f2,f5);dot7=[dot7.x dot7.y]
dot8=solve(f2,f6);dot8=[dot8.x dot8.y];
dot9=solve(f4,f5);dot9=[dot9.x dot9.y];
dot10=solve(f4,f6);dot10=[dot10.x dot10.y];
%dot11=solve(f5,f6);dot11=[dot10.x dot10.y]
z=inline(200*x+100*y);
cond=inline(1.5*x+y);
z1=0;
z2=z1;
z3=z1;
z4=z1;
z5=z1;
z6=z1;
if dot4(1)>=0 && dot4(1)<=16 && dot4(1)>=0 && dot4(2)<=20 && cond(dot4(1),dot4(2))<=30
z1=z(dot4(1),dot4(2));
end
if dot5(1)>=0 && dot5(1)<=16 && dot5(1)>=0 && dot5(2)<=20 && cond(dot5(1),dot5(2))<=30
z2=z(dot5(1),dot5(2));
end
if dot6(1)>=0 && dot6(1)<=16 && dot6(1)>=0 && dot6(2)<=20 && cond(dot6(1),dot6(2))<=30
z3=z(dot6(1),dot6(2));
end
if dot8(1)>=0 && dot8(1)<=16 && dot8(1)>=0 && dot8(2)<=20 && cond(dot8(1),dot8(2))<=30
z4=z(dot8(1),dot8(2));
end
if dot10(1)>=0 && dot10(1)<=16 && dot10(1)>=0 && dot10(2)<=20 && cond(dot10(1),dot10(2))<=30
z5=z(dot10(1),dot10(2));
end
if dot9(1)>=0 && dot9(1)<=16 && dot9(1)>=0 && dot9(2)<=20 && cond(dot9(1),dot9(2))<=30
z6=z(dot9(1),dot9(2));
end
ze=zeros(6,1);
ze(1)=z1;
ze(2)=z2;
ze(3)=z3;
ze(4)=z4;
ze(5)=z5;
ze(6)=z6;
zmain=max(ze)
toc
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Jan
Jan on 11 Apr 2013
At first I would omit the repeated tests like:
if dot9(1)>=0 && dot9(1)<=16 && dot9(1)>=0 ...
If "dot9(1)" is greater equal zero in the first test, this is true for the 2nd test also.

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Jan
Jan on 11 Apr 2013
Numbering the names of the variables is simply a bad programming technique. See Answers: FAQ How to create A1,A2,... in a loop.
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Masoud Ghanbari
Masoud Ghanbari on 11 Apr 2013
as you said i have to get the function by for from the first...
but this code is not working dear Jan:
%
num=input('Enter The Function quantity:')
for i=1:num
function(i)=input('Enter The i function');
end
I Want This But I couldn't reach this

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