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## Error: subscript indices must be either positive integers

**From**: |
Vesnog |

**Subject**: |
Error: subscript indices must be either positive integers |

**Date**: |
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 06:11:03 -0800 (PST) |

Greetings everyone,
I am a new user of Octave and I was writing a code for a baseball thrown by
a pitcher including air drag and Magnus' force. I run into problems in the
34th line of my code and Octave says that, "subscript indices must be either
positive integers or logicals." The weird thing is I do not use subscripts
in the line mentioned ( or I am not aware and using some due to my lack of
experience), and the problematic expression seems to be the following
"S0m*omega(vz*sin(phi0) - vy*cos(phi0))*dt" when I discard this line
everything seems to work fine but I sacrifice physics if I do so. I want to
know the exact cause of the error so that I can correct my mistake and run
the simulation. I would be very grateful if someone could pinpoint the
mistake I make.
Thanks in advance
Note: I have attached my script "baseball.m"
baseball.m <http://octave.1599824.n4.nabble.com/file/n4647111/baseball.m>
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**Error: subscript indices must be either positive integers**,
*Vesnog* **<=**