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Hi, I'm kind of new to matlab, I would like to turn this into a for loop. How should i do it?

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Morten Jørgensen
Morten Jørgensen on 22 Nov 2018
Closed: MATLAB Answer Bot on 20 Aug 2021
Hi, I'm kind of new to matlab, I would like to turn this into a for loop. How should i do it?
c1 =EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end-10},100);
c1(:, 2)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 9},100);
c1(:, 3)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 8},100);
c1(:, 4)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 7},100);
c1(:, 5)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 6},100);
c1(:, 6)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 5},100);
c1(:, 7)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 4},100);
c1(:, 8)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 3},100);
c1(:, 9)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 2},100);
c1(:,10)=EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end- 1},100);
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dpb
dpb on 22 Nov 2018
What is step1 here? What does step1{1,end-10} return?
You likely don't need any loops at all but can use Matlab vector addressing syntax but need the details to write specific code.

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Rik
Rik on 22 Nov 2018
c1 = EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end-10},100);
c1(1,10)=0;%extend
for k=2:10
c1(:,k) = EMGrsmpl(step1{1,end-11+k},100);
end

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