Referring to and modifying elements, MATLAB Programming

Referring to and Modifying Elements:

The particular element in a vector is accessed by using the name of the vector variable and the element number (or subscript, or index) in parentheses. In a MATLAB, the indices begin at1. Generally, diagrams of vectors and matrices represent the indices; for illustration, for the variable newvec formed earlier the indices 1-10 of the elements are shown above the vector:


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