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Topic: Problem using horzcat with index vectors in a for loop
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Bruno Luong

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Re: Problem using horzcat with index vectors in a for loop
Posted: Jan 22, 2013 5:31 AM
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nl.doc@arcor.de wrote in message <7db9a287-0e77-4367-94e1-a7e73a20411c@googlegroups.com>...
> Does the following line execute the correct task?
> Independently of the dimension of A and B (only number of columns should be the same).
> desired=[A(ia,:),B(ib,:)];

A(ia,:) is equal to B(ib,:) and is equal to C, regardless the number of rows of A and B.

> But I don't know why doubling the columns, because per definition
> A(ia,:) is identically B(ib,:) when using intersect.

Don't understand your question. They are identical,, therefore you just duplicated C twice on the horizontal dimension. I though I make it clear in my previous post.


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