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Topic: -1.#IND00 in matlab
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Re: -1.#IND00 in matlab
Posted: Jan 2, 2013 10:49 AM
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On 1/2/2013 9:21 AM, majeti dinesh wrote:
> Does anyone know when MATLAB gives the output -1.#IND00? What does
> it mean? How to avoid it?


Show work on how you got such...looks to me like it might be an
ill-formed output format where insufficient space was left in
conjunction w/ an internal INF value trying to be output...that's from
the crystal ball and the sun off the snow is blinding this morning so it
may be glare instead, who knows???

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