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Unformatted text preview: i (or) j imaginary number realmin, realmax smallest & largest positive real numbers bitmax largest positive integer nargin, nargout number of function in (or) out variables varargin variable number of function in args varaout variable number of function out args 23 Arrays: Vectors and Matrices 24 Arrays of numbers are used in many applications 25 Entering Vectors 26 Entering Vectors 27 Entering Vectors 28 Entering Vectors 29 Entering Vectors 30 Entering Vectors using linspace() command 31 Two Dimensional Arrays: Matrices 32 Creating a Matrix in Matlab 33 The Transpose Operation 34 The Transpose Operation 35 Array Addressing (vectors) 36 Array Addressing (matrices) 37 Using the colon (:) in addressing vectors 38 Using the colon (:) in addressing matrices 39 Using the colon (:) in addressing matrices Examples 40 Using the colon (:) in addressing matrices Examples 41 Some Useful Notes about Variables 42 Array Examples...
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 Fall '10
 PhillipRegali
 Functional Programming

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