If I have some matrix/ array say A(x,y) where 'x' is iteration # (lets consider here 2 iterations) and 'y' is # of values in that iteration. Now during 1st iteration if I obtain 5 values, I store it in A (1,:) i.e. for example,
A(1,1) = 2, A(1,2) = 9, A(1,3) = 1, A(1,4) = 4 A(1,5) = 8.
then in second iteration if I know that I will obtain only 2 values and I want it to be stored in A(2,:) i.e.,
A(2,1) = 5; A(2,2) = 7.
How to store only 2 values? Because Matlab automatically takes A(2,3) , A(2,4) and A(2,5) as zeros.
I don't want the matlab to automatically allocate space for zeros. I mean I want to get only the space as A(1,:) = 5 values and A(2,:) as 2 values and I don't want zeros stored or the space to store it.
I hope some one can understand my question correctly and if you did Could you please let me know How can I do that?