Suppose we have a set composed of elements. Our goal is to list all the possible ways in which we can choose elements in a lexicographical order. Intuitively speaking, we
Suppose that you want to create a 2D array whose entries are the structures: The easiest (in my opinion) way to to this is using the syntax: This will initialize
Let’s first present the situation. Consider the following code snippet: This code will generate a 100×100 struct array containing the fields uniform and gaussian. Now imagine that you want to
You can use this one line function (tested only on Unix like systems): For example, suppose that the current directory is /Users/zuliani/Documents/Temp. Then: octave:1> fullpath(‘.’) ans = /Users/zuliani/Documents/Temp octave:2> fullpath(‘../../Documents/’)
How do I convert a byte representation of a number into its decimal equivalent and viceversa in Matlab/Octave?
Let’s consider the case of a standard single precision number (a float) that is represented by 4 bytes. Suppose we want to find the byte hexadecimal representation of x=3.141592. To
Just use this snippet: isOctave = exist(‘OCTAVE_VERSION’) ~= 0; If isOctave is true then you are running Octave. See this discussion for more information.
Use this function instead of the more traditional axis equal
Use display2d:true to enable the feature or display2d:false to disable it.