|Subject:||Re: Help with erase()|
|Date:||Tue, 26 Dec 2017 08:32:42 -0800|
On 12/26/2017 02:33 AM, address@hidden wrote:|
> Subject: > Re: Help with erase() > From: > Steph Bredenhann <address@hidden> > Date: > 12/25/2017 11:10 PM > To: > address@hidden > List-Post: > <mailto:address@hidden> > Precedence: > list > MIME-Version: > 1.0 > References: > <address@hidden> > In-Reply-To: > <address@hidden> > Message-ID: > <address@hidden> > Content-Type: > multipart/alternative; boundary="------------392867A0F0A911AE0620A8D6" > Message: > 5 > > Matlab R2017b Ubuntu 16.04 LTS > > >> untitled > Error using untitled (line 1) > Dimensions of matrices being concatenated are not consistent. > > On 26/12/2017 07:39, Rik wrote: >> Could someone try the following code in Matlab? >> >> s = erase('this is it',['this';'is']) >> double (s)
Okay, I thought Matlab could at least handle concatenation. Try this instead
s = erase ('this is it', ['this';'is '])
I don't want double quotes because I'm trying to check if character arrays are supported and double quotes will create string arrays which are an entirely different data type.
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