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Re: Octave's and Matlab's limitations

From: Francesco Potortì
Subject: Re: Octave's and Matlab's limitations
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2012 17:01:01 +0100

>>  Can S (or R) do something like the following?
>> A([1:2:97 98 99], 1:end-1) = 0;
>Of course. An example:

Well, this is done using functions, it is not a feature of the language
itself.  It definitely makes sense to speak of the Matlab indexing
notation, which is a more powerful evolution of the S notation and, in
my opinion, is the killing feature of Matlab/Octave (and apparently of Julia).

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