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Unformatted text preview: 14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Lecture 7 Lecturer: Brenda Cortez Recitation Instructors: Yun, Bo, Karthik, Muhammad 1 Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 General Announcements HW02- DONE and GRADED PROJ02- DUE ON MONDAY PROJ02 TUTORING- TODAY & TOMORROW from 6:30-8ish in DSV HW01/PROJ01 - Any questions must be addressed by no later than this Friday, October 22nd EXAM01/HW02 - Any question must be addressed by no later than next Friday, October 29 2 14:440:127 Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 Last week s topics: For Loops & While Loops each pass through a loop is called an iteration infnite loops can be broken by clicking CTRL + C avoid them, unless they are completely necessary and/or required or the answer when increasing a counter, the correct way is: counter = counter + 1; 3 14:440:127 Lets recap... Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 Last week s topics: For Loops & While Loops each pass through a loop is called an iteration infnite loops can be broken by clicking CTRL + C avoid them, unless they are completely necessary and/or required or the answer when increasing a counter, the correct way is: counter = counter + 1; 3 14:440:127 Lets recap... Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 For Loops for VARIABLE_NAME = VECTOR_OF_VALUES STATEMENTS .... end 4 vector of values variable name Example: for k = [1,3,5] k end k =1; k is displayed to the command window 1st iteration k = 3; k is displayed to the command window 2nd iteration k = 5; k is displayed to the command window 3rd iteration notice how it is not suppressed Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 For Loops for VARIABLE_NAME = VECTOR_OF_VALUES STATEMENTS .... end 5 vector of values variable name Example: for k = 1:3 a = 5^ k end k = 1; a = 5^ k = 5^ 1 a = 5 1st iteration k = 2; a = 5^ k = 5^ 2 a = 25 2nd iteration k = 3; a = 5^ k = 5^ 3 a = 125 3rd iteration notice how it is not suppressed Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 For Loops for VARIABLE_NAME = VECTOR_OF_VALUES STATEMENTS .... end 6 Example: for k = 1:3 a (k) = k ^2 end k = 1; a (1) = k ^2 = 1 ^2 a = 1 1st iteration k = 2; a (2) = k ^2 = 2 ^2 a = 1 4 2nd iteration k = 3; a (3) = k ^2 = 3 ^2 a = 1 4 9 3rd iteration notice how a new vector was created Rutgers School of Engineering LEC07 14:440:127 For Loops for VARIABLE_NAME = VECTOR_OF_VALUES STATEMENTS .... end 7 Example: scores = [76, 45, 98, 97]; count = 0; for k = 1: length (scores) if (scores( k )>90) count = count+1; end end disp(count) k = 1; scores (1) = 76 > 90? No, so count not incremented 1st iteration k = 2; scores (2) = 45 > 90?...
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