Switch statement, MATLAB Programming

The Switch Statement:

A switch statement can frequently used in place of a nested if-else or an if statement with numerous else if clauses. The Switch statements are used whenever an expression is tested to see whether it is equal to one of numerous possible values.

 

 

Posted Date: 10/19/2012 3:22:07 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Switch statement, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Switch statement, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Switch statement Discussions

Write discussion on Switch statement
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
I am doing project "Recognizing people in video based on their body" the system will use MATLAB to detect people based on thier body and then recognize them from their clothes "us

Generates sin or cos wave using plot functions: The script generates an x vector; iterating through all the values from 0 to 2*π in steps of 2*π /40 gives sufficient points to

Use MATLAB and a method based on linear predictive coding for the restoration of a clipped voiced speech signal. My proposed algorithm is based on linear prediction where a reco

Command Window: To the left of the Command Window, there are 2 tabs for the Current Directory Window and Workspace Window. If the Current Directory tab is selected, the files

Use Matlab to solve the following set of linear equations by Gaussian Elimination. Write a for loop to perform elementary row operations on the augmented matrix to produce

what equation equals 36

Calculating and Visualizing Sequence Statistics Follow the instructions in this demo file to download a sequence and calculate and visualize its statistics. Save all the command

how can write a program to make a marksheet of 6 subjects?

I want to know how to create a numerical solution code for analysing temperature/isotherms on a 2d square plate with a singular heat source and opposing edges being held at constan

1. Assume that there exists a surface that can be modeled with the equation:  z = e-(x 2 + y 2 ).  a) Calculate ∇z at the point (x = 0, y = 0). b) In addition, use MATLAB to