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Re: Octave saving matrix of numbers in scientific format
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pkohvaei |
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Re: Octave saving matrix of numbers in scientific format |
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Mon, 12 Nov 2012 06:58:25 -0800 (PST) |
Hi again, I did try the save command , and the rest of our friend's
explanation is quite correct.As I read before , Octave is specifically
designed for matrix operations so I prefer to use this one than going for
fprintf (which as I read your post mentioning the loops, must not be a
matrix-specific command).
Any idea?
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