Creating row vectors, MATLAB Programming

Creating row Vectors:

There are many ways to generate row vector variables. The most important way is to put the values which you want in the vector in square brackets, separated by either commas or spaces. For illustration, both of these assignment statements generate the similar vector v:

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Both of these generate a row vector variable which has 4 elements; each value is stored in a separate element in the vector.

 

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