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Matrix dimensions must agree. Error Message appears.

In your function PTFLASH_VLE_PRVDW you define: fL=zeros(1,c); fV=[1,1,1]; next you try to substract fV - fL, which wi...

Matrix dimensions must agree. Error Message appears.

In your function PTFLASH_VLE_PRVDW you define: fL=zeros(1,c); fV=[1,1,1]; next you try to substract fV - fL, which wi...

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How to get difference between two time values ?

You can use etime, but you need to convert your strings first. I hope this helps: a=datetime pause(5) b=datetime a=datev...

How to get difference between two time values ?

You can use etime, but you need to convert your strings first. I hope this helps: a=datetime pause(5) b=datetime a=datev...

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Undefine function or variable

In general you are more likely to receive an answer if you describe the problem you are facing and include any error messages. I...

Undefine function or variable

In general you are more likely to receive an answer if you describe the problem you are facing and include any error messages. I...

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Specifying attributes of objects created in GUIDE

If you want to do this in guide you can get there in 3 steps: 1.) right click on your object 2.) chose 'Property Inspector' 3...

Specifying attributes of objects created in GUIDE

If you want to do this in guide you can get there in 3 steps: 1.) right click on your object 2.) chose 'Property Inspector' 3...

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i keep on getting this error even after changing my codes multiple times using .* and etc. it keep on showing that i have prob with my equation when there is no visible problem.

Usually the error is straight forward and you can always check the size of your elements with (size) or using the debugger. In ...

i keep on getting this error even after changing my codes multiple times using .* and etc. it keep on showing that i have prob with my equation when there is no visible problem.

Usually the error is straight forward and you can always check the size of your elements with (size) or using the debugger. In ...

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Assign values to a structure using App designer

There are two different types of edit fields in appdesigner (numeric and text). In the picture you show are only text edit field...

Assign values to a structure using App designer

There are two different types of edit fields in appdesigner (numeric and text). In the picture you show are only text edit field...

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How to give output of one push button as input to another push button??

It would be really helpful to get any information about what you have tried and why it is not working (wrong result, error messa...

How to give output of one push button as input to another push button??

It would be really helpful to get any information about what you have tried and why it is not working (wrong result, error messa...

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Skipping even indices in a for-loop and subsequently avoiding the odd values to appear in the output

When you assign a value to A(3,3)=1, Matlab will create a Matrix of the size 3,3 and will fill empty fields with 0. A(3,3)=1 ...

Skipping even indices in a for-loop and subsequently avoiding the odd values to appear in the output

When you assign a value to A(3,3)=1, Matlab will create a Matrix of the size 3,3 and will fill empty fields with 0. A(3,3)=1 ...

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delete variable file name

Try this: delete(sprintf('%s.sim',newname))

delete variable file name

Try this: delete(sprintf('%s.sim',newname))

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I am trying to add two numbers in App designer code view and i am getting following error message

You need to access the value stored in your edit fields: a = app.EditField.Value; b = app.EditField2.V...

I am trying to add two numbers in App designer code view and i am getting following error message

You need to access the value stored in your edit fields: a = app.EditField.Value; b = app.EditField2.V...

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hObject error in execution of a checkbox

Your checkbox function does not know 'hObject': function checkbox() handles.fig=figure; handles.cbh = zeros(40,1); handl...

hObject error in execution of a checkbox

Your checkbox function does not know 'hObject': function checkbox() handles.fig=figure; handles.cbh = zeros(40,1); handl...

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How to write repeating string with variables in for loop

Check if this works for you. for i=1:75 line1 = ' new ScreenItem(ScreenVideoComponent,'; line2 = sprintf(' Video...

How to write repeating string with variables in for loop

Check if this works for you. for i=1:75 line1 = ' new ScreenItem(ScreenVideoComponent,'; line2 = sprintf(' Video...

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Having some problems with recursive function

This strange behaviour originates in a unfortunate function name. function S = mySum(A) S = myplus(A, length(A)) function ...

Having some problems with recursive function

This strange behaviour originates in a unfortunate function name. function S = mySum(A) S = myplus(A, length(A)) function ...

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Sum all integers from 1 to 2^n

Given the number x, y must be the summation of all integers from 1 to 2^x. For instance if x=2 then y must be 1+2+3+4=10.

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Magic is simple (for beginners)

Determine for a magic square of order n, the magic sum m. For example m=15 for a magic square of order 3.

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Make a random, non-repeating vector.

This is a basic MATLAB operation. It is for instructional purposes. --- If you want to get a random permutation of integer...

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Roll the Dice!

*Description* Return two random integers between 1 and 6, inclusive, to simulate rolling 2 dice. *Example* [x1,x2] =...

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Number of 1s in a binary string

Find the number of 1s in the given binary string. Example. If the input string is '1100101', the output is 4. If the input stri...

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Return the first and last character of a string

Return the first and last character of a string, concatenated together. If there is only one character in the string, the functi...

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Getting the indices from a vector

This is a basic MATLAB operation. It is for instructional purposes. --- You may already know how to <http://www.mathworks....

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Check if number exists in vector

Return 1 if number _a_ exists in vector _b_ otherwise return 0. a = 3; b = [1,2,4]; Returns 0. a = 3; b = [1,...

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Swap the input arguments

Write a two-input, two-output function that swaps its two input arguments. For example: [q,r] = swap(5,10) returns q = ...

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Reverse the vector

Reverse the vector elements. Example: Input x = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9] Output y = [9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1]

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Length of the hypotenuse

Given short sides of lengths a and b, calculate the length c of the hypotenuse of the right-angled triangle. <<http://upload....

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Generate a vector like 1,2,2,3,3,3,4,4,4,4

Generate a vector like 1,2,2,3,3,3,4,4,4,4 So if n = 3, then return [1 2 2 3 3 3] And if n = 5, then return [1 2 2...

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Accessing the Value of Variables in the Workspace

You can load your data into a structure: s=load('MyData.mat'); Now you can use fieldnames to obtain all variable names in yo...

Accessing the Value of Variables in the Workspace

You can load your data into a structure: s=load('MyData.mat'); Now you can use fieldnames to obtain all variable names in yo...

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Undefined variable in app designer when the variable called in external function

Your external function does not know which variables you use in your app. You need to pass them along. Try changing else pr...

Undefined variable in app designer when the variable called in external function

Your external function does not know which variables you use in your app. You need to pass them along. Try changing else pr...

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Vector loop over multiple object handles inside a set function

You can use logical indexing. I wrote this earlier today for another question, but it is quite close to what you want to do: ...

Vector loop over multiple object handles inside a set function

You can use logical indexing. I wrote this earlier today for another question, but it is quite close to what you want to do: ...

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how to click push button one by one without visible the button?

You can use the enable property of a pushbutton. for i=3:-1:1 h.pb(i)=uicontrol('style','pushbutton','position',[50 50+(...

how to click push button one by one without visible the button?

You can use the enable property of a pushbutton. for i=3:-1:1 h.pb(i)=uicontrol('style','pushbutton','position',[50 50+(...

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