Is it a bug or a feature? (Or how do I disable alternating row colors in math mode, while still using them outside?) \documentclass{article} \usepackage[table]{xcolor} \rowcolors{2}{red!50}{blue!50} \begin{document} \[ a = \left(\begin{array}{c} 1\\ 2\\ 3 \end{array}\right) \] \end{document} Thanks, Dominik

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9/11/2010 12:42:41 AM

Am 11.09.2010 02:42, schrieb Dominik Menke: > Is it a bug or a feature? (Or how do I disable alternating row colors > in math mode, while still using them outside?) > > \documentclass{article} > \usepackage[table]{xcolor} > \rowcolors{2}{red!50}{blue!50} > \begin{document} > \[ a = \left(\begin{array}{c} \hiderowcolors 1\\ 2\\ 3 \end{array}\right) \] > \end{document} Herbert

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9/11/2010 10:28:36 AM

On Sep 11, 5:28=A0am, Herbert Voss <Herbert.V...@FU-Berlin.de> wrote: > Am 11.09.2010 02:42, schrieb Dominik Menke:> Is it a bug or a feature? (O= r how do I disable alternating row colors > > in math mode, while still using them outside?) > > > \documentclass{article} > > \usepackage[table]{xcolor} > > \rowcolors{2}{red!50}{blue!50} > > \begin{document} > > \[ a =3D \left(\begin{array}{c} > > \hiderowcolors > =A0 1\\ 2\\ 3 \end{array}\right) \] > > > \end{document} > > Herbert That is a little inconvenient when there are a lot of math alignments. It would be better if xcolor.sty defined a switch to just turn table colors off for the rest of the document or current group (and one to turn them back on, of course). I had some success with the following. However, I didn't test it very much. \makeatletter \def\stoprowcolors{\@rowcolorsfalse} \def\startrowcolors{\@rowcolorstrue} \makeatother \everymath{\stoprowcolors} The problem with \hiderowcolors is that it must occur within the relevant alignment (its definition starts with \noalign). A command like \stoprowcolors would be usable elsewhere. It would also be nice if xcolor.sty could provide a "nomath" option for row colors. Dan

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9/11/2010 5:54:14 PM

> It would also be nice if xcolor.sty could provide a "nomath" > option for row colors. I'd prefer that way too. I also tried to rewrite the \rowcolors command, by I already failed on the extraction from xolors.sty... Dominik

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9/14/2010 12:15:13 PM

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sorry..the code: function printtree($array, $level){ while(list($k,$v) = each($array)) if(is_array($k)){ print("$k -><br>"); printtree($k,$level++); } else { for($i=0;$i<$level;$i++) print(" "); print("$k : $v<br>"); } } but it does only print the first level and get out !!! I can't figure what's wrong.... Please help !!!! BoB Bob Bedford wrote: > sorry..the code: > > function printtree($array, $level){ > while(list($k,$v) = each($array)) > if(is_array($k)){ > print(&quo...

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How to find the length of an "Array of Array of Array" I get syntax error when i say $#fx[0][0][0] X-Ftn-To: Tom sudhirx@gmail.com (Tom) wrote: >How to find the length of an "Array of Array of Array" > >I get syntax error when i say $#fx[0][0][0] This should give you the latest index from third level array, $#{ $fx[0][0] } -- Matija Tom <sudhirx@gmail.com> wrote: > How to find the length of an "Array of Array of Array" > > I get syntax error when i say $#fx[0][0][0] Well first off, the $#array syntax does NOT give you the leng...

Imagine I have an array of arrays of ints and want to sum all the ints. #include <stdio.h> int sumints(int arr[3][3]) { int c, r, s=0; for (r=0; r<3; r++) { for (c=0; c<3; c++) { s += arr[r][c]; } } return s; } int main(void) { int my_array[3][3] = {{0, 1, 2}, {3, 4, 5}, {6, 7, 8}}; printf("sum of ints is %d\n", sumints(my_array)); return 0; } I tried to define the su...

Hello, How do I define an array of arrays ? Suppose T is an array of 3 elements. And I want T[0] = intarr(2,5,4), T[1] = intarr(6,5,4) and T[2] = intarr(7,8,4). How do I declare T ? Francois. Fritz writes: > How do I define an array of arrays ? > > Suppose T is an array of 3 elements. > And I want T[0] = intarr(2,5,4), T[1] = intarr(6,5,4) and T[2] = > intarr(7,8,4). > > How do I declare T ? As a pointer array. :-) t = PtrArr(3) t[0] = Ptr_New(intarr(2,5,4)) t[1] = Ptr_New(intarr(6,5,4)) t[3] = Ptr_New(intarr(7,8,4)) (*t[1])[0,*,2] = Indgen(...

Hi guys, I have a question dealing with arrays. Here it go: Suppose A is a 3 by 1 array, I want to assign A (1,1) a 5 by 1 array B, can I do this? How? Thanks in advance! "George " <guanjihou@gmail.com> wrote in message <hutpgd$km$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > Hi guys, > > I have a question dealing with arrays. Here it go: > > Suppose A is a 3 by 1 array, I want to assign A (1,1) a 5 by 1 array B, can I do this? How? > > Thanks in advance! Hi George, make A a cell array A = cell(3,1); B = randn(5,1); A{1} = B; Wayne % Us...

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Hello, I am wondering if a three-dimensional arrays: array3d_1, array3d_2, array3d_3. Is it wise If pass this to a function/subroutine using array constructor to create four-dimensional array on the fly, such as: call mysubroutine ( (/array3d_1, array3d_2, array3d_3/) ) ? Will that be expensive, or is there better way to do it ? I am also not certain if this on-the-fly array construction will be the first or the last dimension. Thanks for any help. RDB reubendb <reubendb@gmail.com> wrote: > I am wondering if a three-dimensional arrays: > array3d_1, array3d_2, array3d_3. > Is...

Hi friends, Please kindly assist me with an answer to this question: Is it possible to create a Matlab array whose elements are in turn 3 element arrays? I mean, how can I create an array as A = {(1,2,2), (3,2,1), (5,3,4), etc}. If possible, how do I access the elements of this array. If not, could this be possible in Fortran? Thanks. On 12/25/2012 8:14 PM, CHINEDU wrote: > Hi friends, > Please kindly assist me with an answer to this question: > > Is it possible to create a Matlab array whose elements are in turn 3 element arrays? > I mean, how can I create an arr...

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In PERL I can put arrays in arrays. my @array1 = ('val1', 'val2', 'val3'); my @array2 = ( \@array1 ); In TCL I'm trying set arr1(key1) val1 set arr1(key2) val2 set arr1(key3) val3 set arr2(key4) $arr1 Tclsh rightfully complains that $arr1 is a scalar and not an array. How do I set an array as the value in another array? Mike Mike schrieb: > In PERL I can put arrays in arrays. > > my @array1 = ('val1', 'val2', 'val3'); > my @array2 = ( \@array1 ); > > In TCL I'm trying > > set arr1(key1) val1 > set arr1(...

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awk ' BEGIN{FS=OFS=":"} {split($4,a,",") for(i in a)u[a[i]] for(i in u){x=x","i;delete u[i]} print $1,$2,$3,substr(x,2);x="" }' /etc/group for(i in a)u[a[i]]----------------------------------------------I could not understand this line This means we can an array in an array?? nag wrote: > > for(i in a)u[a[i]] > > I could not understand this line > > This means we can an array in an array?? Yes. In the above example, the values of array a are used as subscripts of array u. See also: http://www.gnu.org/software/gawk/...

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Hi all, i'm a real noob in databasedesign, so i have some questions about it. In case i want to make a booklist with two tables and the following fields: owner_table has the fields ID, name, books book_table has the fields ID, author, title, isbn normally i would say, this is easy, just filling both tables with data and linking them together maybe like owner_table.books as a foreign key linked to book_table.isbn or book_table.ID. In this way i will have many datasets in owner_table with the same entry in 'name', depending on how much books this man (or women) has. ...

Hi, I am a C programmer trying to figure out a simple way of defining a 2D array. In C i would simply do: int dateArray[5][3] = {5,21,2004, 7,23,1979, 5, 6,1949, 6, 2,1977, 2,15,1975}; In java however I am not sure how to do this. From what I have read so far I know of one way. int[][] dateArray = new int[5][3]; dateArray[0][0] = 5; dateArray[0][1] = 21; dateArray[0][2] = 2004; .... Is there a quicker way to do this, similar to C. Thanx Joe "Joe Ray" <raymis@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:46039644.04052107...

Hi all, i'm a real noob in databasedesign, so i have some questions about it. In case i want to make a booklist with two tables and the following fields: owner_table has the fields ID, name, books book_table has the fields ID, author, title, isbn normally i would say, this is easy, just filling both tables with data and linking them together maybe like owner_table.books as a foreign key linked to book_table.isbn or book_table.ID. In this way i will have many datasets in owner_table with the same entry in 'name', depending on how much books this man (or women) has. ...