Lecture_05_CellStruct - Final Exam Info Exam Group 12:...

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Final Exam Info Exam Group 12: Monday, December 17, 5-8PM Alternate time for final exam conflict (you have a MWF 1-2 course, with exam group 12) Thursday, December 20, 4-7PM Alternate time for exceedingly exceptional exceptions (contact us ASAP) Monday, December 10, 5-8PM
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E7 Cell and Struct Arrays Fall, 2007 September 12, 2007 Copyright 2004-7, Andy Packard & Roberto Horowitz. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 559 Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, California 94305, USA.
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Cell Arrays So far, we know about 3 classes Numeric arrays (class name is double ) are rectangular arrays of real/complex numbers (double → double precision, ~16 digits in base 10) Character arrays ( char ) are rectangular arrays of characters. Logical arrays ( logical ) rectangular arrays of logicals (value is 0 or 1) An object is a specific instance, [2 3.4 5;1 -10 0] is an object of class double ’NameRank’ is an object of class char Cell arrays (class name is cell ) are rectangular arrays of containers . The contents of a container may be a double array (ie., an object of class double ) char array logical array, or even cell array, or… object of any other Matlab class
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The CLASS command If A is an Matlab object, then class(A) is character string (ie., char ), whose value is the class of A (eg., double, char, cell, struct, uint32, etc) . The command class is also used to create user-defined classes (covered in E177). Examples class(rand(5,6)) class(’this is a string 1234.56’) class(5==6) class(class(rand(5,6)))
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The SIZE command If A is an array, then size(A) is a 1-by-2 array. The (1,1) entry is the number of rows of A The (1,2) entry is the number of columns of A If A is an array, then size(A,1) is the number of rows of A size(A,2) is the number of columns of A Examples >> A = rand(5,6); >> szA = size(A) >> size(A,1) >> size(A,2) If A is a 3-d array, then size(A) is 1-by-3, etc. These high dimension arrays are covered extensively in E177
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Cell Arrays: Creating Think: “array of containers; contents of which are Matlab objects” Use curly brackets { and } to “ put an object in a container ”. Example: Create a 1-by-1 container, whose contents is the 1- by-12 character array ‘Andy Packard’ >> name = { ’Andy Packard’ }; >> size(name) >> class(name) Create two more 1-by-1 containers with different contents >> SID = { 12345678 }; >> scores = { [82 71 64 88 99] };
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Review of Double/Char/Logical Arrays: Concatenation Recall: square brackets are used for concatenation (stacking) [ Object1 , Object2 ; Object3 ; Object4 ] This works for all types of objects, including cell arrays. Only restriction is that row/column dimensions must make sense.
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