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Topic: How can I manage the multidimensional array e.g., a{1,1}{2,2}
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How can I manage the multidimensional array e.g., a{1,1}{2,2}
Posted: Jul 29, 2012 5:14 AM
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I am introducing cell array format like
T = 10;
for t = 1 : T
F{1,2}{6,t} = [0 0 0];
end

I want to change only the dimension along parameter "t" e.g.,
from t = 5 to t = 8
F{1,2}{6,5} = [1 1 1];
F{1,2}{6,6} = [1 1 1];
F{1,2}{6,7} = [1 1 1];

What I dd try,

F{1,2}{6, 5:7} = [1 1 1];

It does not work, it returns

The right hand side of this assignment has too few values to satisfy the left hand side.

Could any one please suggest me, how could I resolve this problem?

I have really no idea if I am using F{}{}, what this "F{}{}" called. Therefoe, I cannot search for help properly.

Thank you in advance.
Antonio



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