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## Re: Counting entries in cs-lists

**From**: |
JokerOne |

**Subject**: |
Re: Counting entries in cs-lists |

**Date**: |
Wed, 22 Apr 2015 04:04:26 -0700 (PDT) |

Thanks all for your help.
>*>> numel(vertcat([a.b].c))*
ans = 5
will even work as a one-liner then.
I will have a closer look to vertcat and hortcat, might be useful for some
tasks.
Also, yes, I guess, I used the wrong term, sorry. What is a(1).b.c called ?
An indexed cs-list? Whatever...
Generally, say f.g.h = 1 is possible, and not a syntax error
>*>> f.g.h=1*
f =
scalar structure containing the fields:
g =
scalar structure containing the fields:
h = 1
but of course after setting
>*>>> a(1).b.c = [1;2];*
>*>>> a(2).b.c = [3;4;5]; *
,
a.b.c
IS a syntay error.
Thanks again for you very fast help.
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