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Topic: Using textscan function properly
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Avri Alony

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Registered: 1/22/11
Re: Using textscan function properly
Posted: Jan 13, 2012 5:27 AM
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On Jan 13, 10:39 am, Avri Alony <avrial...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have xml files which contain the follows lines:
>     <I x="12508.2645"    y="0.0425" />
>     <I x="12509.04"        y="0.072928" />
>     <I x="12509.8"          y="0.06485" />
>     <I x="12510.63909"   y="0.078086" />
> ... etc
> I would like to generate two matrix X and Y that will contain the
> values.
>  i.e: X = [12508.2645 ; 12509.04 ; 12509.8 ; 12510.63909]
> and Y = [0.0425 ;        0.072928 ; 0.06485 ; 0.078086]
>
> Is it possible to do so without the use of for loop?
>
> One more problem is the fact that the files contains header.
>
> Thanks


I success to generate two matrix X and Y without the use of for loop:
C = textscan(fid,'%s %f %s %f %s', 'delimiter','"');
X = C{2}; A = Y{4};
I still need to overcome the header problem.



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