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How to assign two identifiers to a vector of n values.

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Fred
Fred on 1 Dec 2013
Commented: Fred on 1 Dec 2013
Hi, I need to assign two identifiers to a vector of n values like V i,j in a way that V is not a cell but it is a vector of n values. How can I do that

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 1 Dec 2013
Edited: Azzi Abdelmalek on 1 Dec 2013
V=[2 4;5 8] % V is a matrix not a vector
i=1;
j=2;
V(i,j)
Look at
doc array

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Fred
Fred on 1 Dec 2013
Sorry If my question was not clear enough. I wand to define a matrix which each cell is a matrix of size (n,1) So for example V(1,2) returns a matrix of size (n,1)
Fred
Fred on 1 Dec 2013
Thank you, How can I call the V(2,1) because when I type it it just returns
[1x4 double]
How can I get directly
[2 0 1 4]

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