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hasValue

Determine if the attribute type is numeric or logical

Description

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tf = hasValue(typeOfAttribute) returns a logical value that indicates if the enumerator in typeOfAttribute is either Numeric or Logical. hasValue returns logical 1 (true) for Numeric and Logical attributes. Otherwise returns logical 0 (false).

Examples

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Create an attributeType enumeration array.

Type = attributeType({'Numeric'; 'String'; 'Logical'; 'List'});

Check if any of the enumerator defined in the attributeType enumeration array is Numeric or Logical.

tf = zeros(0,length(Type));
for i = 1:length(Type)
    tf(i) = hasValue(Type(i)); 
end

Display the output. The value 1 is returned when an enumerator in the attributeType enumeration array is either Numeric or Logical. Otherwise, the value 0 is returned.

tf
tf = 1×4

     1     0     1     0

Input Arguments

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Type of attribute, specified as an attributeType enumeration. The enumerator in the attributeType enumeration can be Numeric, String, Logical, List, or None.

See Also

Objects

Introduced in R2018b