Error about A(I) = B?

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Villanova
Villanova on 30 Mar 2014
Commented: dpb on 31 Mar 2014
Hi. I was wondering why I get this error
??? In an assignment A(I) = B, the number of elements in B and
I must be the same.
Error in ==> detection_control_3_19_2014 at 194
[f1(i) f2(i)] =
control_forces(x(i),y(i),theta(i),Cc,xd_d(i),xdd_d,xddd_d,yd_d(i),ydd_d,yddd_d,t(i));
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dpb
dpb on 31 Mar 2014
Because they're not? (the same size, that is).
A(i) is an element of A, B is an array or vector.
You need an addressing expression on the left that's the same size as
size(B)
to assign to an array unless you make it a cell array by encapsulating B in the curly braces "{}"

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