‘continue’ Command In MatLab Programming
In MatLab, eval() is very versatile command that you can easily use in lots of purposes. In here, we show you how to use eval() command in various examples done in MatLab command window.
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Take a look at the below example to understand ‘eval()’ command in Matlab.
>> a = 1:10; b = eval('20*a+233') b = 253 273 293 313 333 353 373 393 413 433 >>
As you see above example, you can use eval() command bu typingfunctions inside it. ‘a’ is a vector and this vector has ten elements inside it, starting from 1 to 10.
We typed a function in eval() command inside quotes, in which the variable is ‘a’. We assigned this eval() to ‘b’. ‘b’ vector will take the new values of ‘a’ according to function inside it.
This is an another example about the use of eval() command in Matlab.
for a = 1:10 eval(['x' num2str(a) ' = [a+1 ; 2*a ; a/3]']) end x1 = 2.0000 2.0000 0.3333 x2 = 3.0000 4.0000 0.6667 x3 = 4 6 1 x4 = 5.0000 8.0000 1.3333 x5 = 6.0000 10.0000 1.6667 x6 = 7 12 2 x7 = 8.0000 14.0000 2.3333 x8 = 9.0000 16.0000 2.6667 x9 = 10 18 3 x10 = 11.0000 20.0000 3.3333
In command window of Matlab, we created a very basic for-end loop. For each step of for-end loop, three new values will be calculated with eval() command.
In this code here, we want to create 10 variables which will take the names x1, x2… up to x10. And all the new three values for each variables will take new values according to the functions inside eval() command.
To obtain x1, x2… we typed ‘x’ inside quotes, and for coefficients, we used num2str() command to type the each step number which are the values of ‘a’ in each step, as strings as coefficients.
And inside quotes, we created our matrix in each elements has a function created by the variable of ‘a’. So, for each values of ‘a’ for each loop, these three matrices will create three values for each x1, x2…
This is an another versatile use of eval() command in Matlab.
So,  inside eval() command, turns the strings inside it to operators.
This is the third and last example about eval() command in Matlab command window to demonstrate the versatileness of eval() command.
>> x = [ 3 6 -6; 61 -8 -10; 13 5 -8]; for y = 1:3 for z = 1:3 if eval(['x(y,z)' '<=' '0']) x(y,z)=abs(x(y,z)); end end end x x = 3 6 6 61 8 10 13 5 8 >>
At above example, we want to change the all the negative value of matrix ‘x’ with the absolute values of them. We need to create a twofold for-end loop to question the each elements of matrix ‘x’.
The eval() command at if-else query above, question about whether the value of current element of ‘x’ smaller than zero. If it is true, the current element will be changed with absolute value of this element.
We put the required elements inside quotes in square brackets to turn these elements into mathematical operators, inside eval() command.
Yes, this is unnecesary use of eval() code. We can directly type the query with operators. But this example illustrates the usability of eval() command at various kinds of duties.
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