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Re: Problem with find() and vector assignment using ranges: vector=start
Re: Problem with find() and vector assignment using ranges: vector=start:step:stop
Sat, 29 Jul 2017 10:22:03 +0900 (JST)
--- pete.i.flyn> Hi,
> I'm running octave V4.2.0 on windows and I'm having trouble with the
> following commands:
> ans=  (1x0)
> 33E-6 is located within vector 'L' at index=321. But if I subtract 33E-6
> from L(321) I get:
> It appears that the scalar 33E-6 and the scalar L(321) don't have the same
> I have verified the same functionality on V3.8.2 on windows.
> Is this functionality intended?
> Is there a better way to check for equality and locate an index?
> Thanks in advance.
Your result is reasonable considering nature of floating point values.