Vectorized FIND

This function returns the locations of the elements of a vector in a matrix.
Updated 12 Mar 2002

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If A is a matrix and b is a column vector, this function returns a column vector of indices I such that A(I)==b if the elements of b are in A. If an element of b is not in A, then the corresponding element of I is Inf.

As an example, you can execute the following code:


The example above uses I(1:3) because I(4) is Inf; the matrix A does not have 6 as an entry.

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Steven Lord (2024). Vectorized FIND (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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Created with R12
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