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## Re: m to oct dictionary

 From: Steve C. Thompson Subject: Re: m to oct dictionary Date: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 13:09:08 -0800 User-agent: Mutt/1.5.9i

```Hi Keith,

This would be a good page for GNU Octave's wiki
(wiki.octave.org).  Please consider initiating this, then others
can help maintain it.

Steve

On 19 Jan 06 13:14PM, Keith Goodman wrote:
> I need help filling in my m-to-oct dictionary. (Are the last 6
> just the same example of calling a built-in oct function?) Can
> you think of any other entries to add?
>
> a'
> a.transpose()
>
> a + b
> a + b
>
> a - b
> a - b
>
> a.*b
> product(a,b)
>
> a./b
> quotient(a,b)
>
> a*b
> a*b
>
> a/b
> a/b
>
> a^2
> ???
>
> a.^2
> ???
>
> eye(n)
> DiagMatrix(n,n,1)
>
> a = zeros(n,m)
> Matrix a(n,m,0)
>
> a = ones(n,m)
> Matrix a(n,m,1)
>
> repmat(a,3,2)
> ???
>
> size(a,1)
> a.rows()
>
> size(a,2)
> a.columns()
>
> a(:,3)
> a.column(2)
>
> a(3,:)
> a.row(2)
>
> a(:,3:5)
> ???
>
> a(3,:) = b.*c
> a.insert(product(b,c), 2, 0)
>
> a.*(b > c)
> ???
>
> [x,y] = max(a)
> ???
>
> [x,y] = min(a)
> ???
>
> inv(a)
> ???
>
> exp(a)
> ???
>
> log(a)
> ???
>
> [x,y] = eig(a)
> ???

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