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ispropequal

Determine whether properties of two fi objects are equal

Description

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tf = ispropequal(a,b) returns 1 (true) if a and b are both fi objects and have the same properties. Otherwise, it returns 0 (false).

Examples

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Create two fi objects and determine whether they have the same properties.

F = fimath;

a = fi(pi);
b = fi(pi,F);
c = fi(pi/2,F);
d = fi(pi/2,0);

tf = ispropequal(a,b)
tf = logical
   1

tf = ispropequal(b,c)
tf = logical
   0

tf = ispropequal(c,d)
tf = logical
   0

Input Arguments

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Inputs to be compared, specified as arrays.

Data Types: fi

Tips

To compare the real-world values of two fi objects a and b, use a == b or isequal(a,b).

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Introduced before R2006a