ImageAnalyst <email@example.com> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.org>... > meng: > I think this will help you: > > clc; > close all; > clear all; > workspace; % Display workspace panel. > > % Create a 1000 row by 10 column array of > % random integers in the range 0-49. > T = uint8(50*rand(1000, 10)); > > % Set a column where we'll look for a certain T value. > b = 8; > > % Find where T = 42 in this column (column b=8) > aAtTEquals42 = find(T(:,b)==42)
I had tried to use this way,but there is a defualt. I cann't break in points,so this only got some approximate values,you know that 2D lookup table can break in some others values using algorithms ,the real matrix T is more vectors than only T. when I use the function find(),it only find the values which excist in only T thanks very much!