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#### Logical indexing of cellarray: The right hand side of this assignment has too few values to satisfy the left hand side.

I use Matlab 2010b and trying to extract a subset cellarray into another cellarray:
>>index=logical(zeros(1,4))
>>index(1)=1;
>>index(3)=1;
>>vv={'aa','ddd','ccc','e'}

Typing:
>>vv{index}
returns:
ans =
aa
ans =
ccc
Now I am trying to use this result:
>>rez=vv{index};
>> rez

rez =
aa
understandable

Now I want to use whole sellarray:
>>rez=cell(1,2)
rez =
[]    []
===================
OFFENDING COMMAND:
>>rez{:}=vv{index}
??? The right hand side of this assignment has too few values to satisfy
the left hand side.
===================
Do not understand this message
rez{:}
ans =
[]
ans =
[]
The same trick works perfectly well with an integer array:
>>ii=[1,2,3,4];
>>irez=ii(index)
irez =
1     3
fine.

What I am doing wrong and how to get the partial cellarray?
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"Alex " <alex.buts@stfc.ac.uk> wrote in message
news:j846bj\$hhf\$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
> I use Matlab 2010b and trying to extract a subset cellarray into another
> cellarray:
>>>index=logical(zeros(1,4))
>>>index(1)=1;
>>>index(3)=1;
>>>vv={'aa','ddd','ccc','e'}
>
> Typing:
>>>vv{index}
> returns:
> ans =
> aa
> ans =
> ccc
> Which I am happy about. Now I am trying to use this result:
>>>rez=vv{index};
>>> rez
>
> rez =
> aa
> understandable
>
> Now I want to use whole sellarray:
>>>rez=cell(1,2)
> rez = []    []
> ===================
> OFFENDING COMMAND:
>>>rez{:}=vv{index}
> ??? The right hand side of this assignment has too few values to satisfy
> the left hand side.
> ===================
> Do not understand this message
> rez{:}
> ans =
>     []
> ans =
>     []
> The same trick works perfectly well with an integer array:
>>>ii=[1,2,3,4];
>>>irez=ii(index)
> irez =
>     1     3
> fine.
> What I am doing wrong and how to get the partial cellarray?

To create a cell array, enclose the results in curly braces:

rez = {vv{index}}

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lmcbraye (11)
10/25/2011 1:33:52 PM
"Leslie McBrayer" <lmcbraye@mathworks.com> wrote in message <j86ds4\$rf8\$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> "Alex " <alex.buts@stfc.ac.uk> wrote in message
> news:j846bj\$hhf\$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...
> > I use Matlab 2010b and trying to extract a subset cellarray into another
> > cellarray:
> >>>index=logical(zeros(1,4))
> >>>index(1)=1;
> >>>index(3)=1;
> >>>vv={'aa','ddd','ccc','e'}
> >
> > Typing:
> >>>vv{index}
> > returns:
> > ans =
> > aa
> > ans =
> > ccc
> > Which I am happy about. Now I am trying to use this result:
> >>>rez=vv{index};
> >>> rez
> >
> > rez =
> > aa
> > understandable
> >
> > Now I want to use whole sellarray:
> >>>rez=cell(1,2)
> > rez = []    []
> > ===================
> > OFFENDING COMMAND:
> >>>rez{:}=vv{index}
> > ??? The right hand side of this assignment has too few values to satisfy
> > the left hand side.
> > ===================
> > Do not understand this message
> > rez{:}
> > ans =
> >     []
> > ans =
> >     []
> > The same trick works perfectly well with an integer array:
> >>>ii=[1,2,3,4];
> >>>irez=ii(index)
> > irez =
> >     1     3
> > fine.
> > What I am doing wrong and how to get the partial cellarray?
>
>
> To create a cell array, enclose the results in curly braces:
>
> rez = {vv{index}}
>
>
===============================================
Thank you Lesslie
I've been probably a bit thick on this.
your suggestion and even easier thing like:
>>ind=logical([1,0,0,1]);
>> ba={'ccc','da','ca','c'};
>> bi=ba(ind)
bi =   'ccc'    'c'
>> bi={ba{ind}}
bi =     'ccc'    'c'
All work fine.
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10/29/2011 2:05:20 PM

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A OCX was created in Visual Studio .NET When trying to register in WinXP box (SP2 and all patches up to date) it gives the following error: "LoadLibrary failed" When viewing the OCX in the dependencies walker, the following error is observed: "This application has failed to start because the application configuration is incorrect. Reinstalling the application may fix this problem (14001)" What to do? How to debug? Thanks ElderUberGeek wrote: > A OCX was created in Visual Studio .NET > When trying to register in WinXP box (SP2 and all patches up to date) > it gives the following error: "LoadLibrary failed" > What to do? How to debug? Post to a newsgroup with ActiveX in its title. This one is for managing software teams. -- Phlip http://www.greencheese.org/ZeekLand <-- NOT a blog!!! "Phlip" <phlipcpp@yahoo.com> wrote in message news:T3ASf.21935\$tb3.12105@newssvr24.news.prodigy.net... > ElderUberGeek wrote: > >> A OCX was created in Visual Studio .NET >> When trying to register in WinXP box (SP2 and all patches up to date) >> it gives the following error: "LoadLibrary failed" > >> What to do? How to debug? > > Post to a newsgroup with ActiveX in its title. This one is for managing > software teams. Really, when did Softwaare engineering become management? Surely you know better. You do know better, Right? > > -- > Phlip > htt...

Left Handed Mouse Pointer
Is it possible to use a left handed mouse pointer in KDE? I got used to this in Windows and I am finding it difficult to go back to a right handed pointer. Many thanks. On Wed, 20 Aug 2003 23:51:13 +1000, Doug Laidlaw <laidlaws@myaccess.com.au> wrote: >Jeff Gaines wrote: > >> >> Is it possible to use a left handed mouse pointer in KDE? >> >> I got used to this in Windows and I am finding it difficult to go back >> to a right handed pointer. >> >> Many thanks. > >Yes, and many other settings - In Kde's Peripherals/Mouse. Where else? > >Doug. Funny you should say that - it's the first place I looked! I've been there again and I can't see an option to select a pointer, this is version 3.1.1. Jeff Gaines wrote: > On Wed, 20 Aug 2003 23:51:13 +1000, Doug Laidlaw > <laidlaws@myaccess.com.au> wrote: > >>Jeff Gaines wrote: >> >>> >>> Is it possible to use a left handed mouse pointer in KDE? >>> >>> I got used to this in Windows and I am finding it difficult to go back >>> to a right handed pointer. >>> >>> Many thanks. >> >>Yes, and many other settings - In Kde's Peripherals/Mouse. Where else? >> >>Doug. > > Funny you should say that - it's the first place I looked! > > I've been there again and I can't see an option to select a pointer, >...

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