Example of linear indexing, MATLAB Programming

Example of Linear indexing:

For illustration, the following substitutes the whole second row with values from a vector The whole row or column could also be changed:

>> mat(2,:) = 5:7

mat =

2 11 4

5  6 7

Note that as the whole row is being modified, a vector with the correct length should be assigned.

 

 

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