- On the RHS square brackets are a concatenation operator (not a "list" operator, which MATLAB does not have). So your RHS concatenates some arrays together into one array, and is equivalent to this: D([1:2,2:10])
- On the LHS square brackets are used to capture multiple function outputs. However array concatenation only returns one output, so the code you show will not work: one output cannot be directly assigned to three outputs.
I want to assign multiple arrays of data simultaneously to different variable
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Commented: TM Abir Ahsan on 2 Jun 2022
I want to assign multiple arrays of data simultaneously to different variable, but I think my syntax is wrong, Can anybody help me out here? A simple version of the code is gioven below.
D=[1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10];
[p q r]= [D(1:2) D(2:5) D(6:10)]
Voss on 2 Jun 2022
Edited: Voss on 2 Jun 2022
D = [1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10];
[p q r] = deal(D(1:2), D(2:5), D(6:10))
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