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Overview of today Today: Review of concepts from last time Matrices and matrix functions in Matlab Functions for matrices Loops and conditional statements in Matlab
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Conditional statements How do we control the flow of a program based on the state of the variables? if, else, elseif statement if condition1 <do-something-here> elseif condition2 <do-something-here> else <do-something-here> end (any number of elseif’s can be used, either 1 or 0 else’s can be used) Matlab expects elseif but Perl uses elsif. Matlab does not accept { } to wall statements in. Entire chain of if-elseif- else must end with “end”. Perl requires { } around each group of statements.
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How do we express conditions? For 1x1 number variables (ie, scalars): a==b, a > b, a < b, a >= b, a <= b, a ~= b What is a condition? A condition is an expression that is valued at either true or false. (Basically, it’s a “yes” or “no” question.) You can assign this value to another variable: Matlab uses ~= for “not equal”. Perl uses != or ne. is_3_equal_to_4 =
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