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Unformatted text preview: Next Previous Section 5.3: Command Line Mode Section 5.3: Command Line Mode 11 Two ways to use MatLab Command line mode Useful for quick calculations Programming mode Useful for large calculations that evolve with time Section 5.3: MatLab Command Line Mode Next Previous Section 5.3: Command Line Mode Section 5.3: Command Line Mode 22 Common commands Doing calculations Command line mode Next Previous Section 5.3: Command Line Mode Section 5.3: Command Line Mode 33 puts a single value into the variable a creates a row vector b creates a 2x3 matrix c fast fills the row vector A puts element 1 of b into e combines a and b into f Command line mode: assignment statements Next Previous Section 5.3: Command Line Mode Section 5.3: Command Line Mode 44 whos : shows the names, sizes, and types of the current variables in the workspace Command line mode: querying the workspace who : shows the names of the current variables in the workspace Next Previous Section 5.3: Command Line Mode...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2008 for the course ENGR 25 taught by Professor All during the Spring '08 term at Lehigh University .

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