Thanks Samuel, but I could not see where does it say how can we convert a mlist
of ctype to a regular matrix, so that we can use all usual matrix operations.
Could you please advise.
PS: in the example under discussion, doing: r=r( :,: ); seems to do the
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Le 15/10/2016 18:58, Rafael Guerra a écrit :
For some strange reason, the variable 'r' is in this case a mlist of type
cblock and not a matrix of type constant.
To convert it to constant, it seems that we need a further instruction, such
as: r=r( : , : );
Any comments on this?
This is fully documented: https://help.scilab.org/docs/6.0.0/en_US/mfscanf.html
It is possible to specify several output variables to collect field columns one
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