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Hello everyone,
I am quite new at programming in Mathcad.
I am trying to create a matrix using different vectors that are obtained based on a certain condition:
I made an example with vectors N and M. The idea is to reach at the end the matrix "Final".
Is there a way to use a for loop function to define the final matrix taking into account that the number of rows in the vectors N and M can change (but still equal)?
Thank you,
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@MC_9370533 wrote:
Hello everyone,
I am quite new at programming in Mathcad.
I am trying to create a matrix using different vectors that are obtained based on a certain condition:
I made an example with vectors N and M. The idea is to reach at the end the matrix "Final".
Is there a way to use a for loop function to define the final matrix taking into account that the number of rows in the vectors N and M can change (but still equal)?
Perhaps something like this?
Stuart
@MC_9370533 wrote:
Hello everyone,
I am quite new at programming in Mathcad.
I am trying to create a matrix using different vectors that are obtained based on a certain condition:
I made an example with vectors N and M. The idea is to reach at the end the matrix "Final".
Is there a way to use a for loop function to define the final matrix taking into account that the number of rows in the vectors N and M can change (but still equal)?
Perhaps something like this?
Stuart
Thank you for your help StuartBruff.
It worked perfectly.
SG_10318843 I checked that thread before, but not entirely clear.
Either way thank you for the reply.
@MC_9370533 wrote:
Thank you for your help StuartBruff.
It worked perfectly.
No worries. Here's a programming-free alternative that should work in Mathcad Express. It replicates the vectors and then applies the check function with vectorization.
Stuart
Hi,
This should be Express worthy.
Ignore the spam posting by SG_10318843...
Here's another implementation that is a bit more general. For arbitrary length arrays, and arbitrary value of ORIGIN:
Success!
Luc
Thank you Luc.
Miguel,