Where is the mistake of this code?
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I have a matrix named as v_s and want to find first 1 value's location with using any reference matrix. v_s has 3 columns and locations should create a matrix named as v_d.
I have already coded this operation, but don't know where is my mistake. May you help me?
Note: first two statement(==0 and ==99) can be stay fixed and not be changed.
v_s=[0 0 0 0 0 1; 0 0 0 0 0 1; 0 0 0 0 1 0]
ref=[6 5 4 3 2 1];
AstroGuy1984 on 8 Apr 2019
What's going wrong is in your logicals. For example, the first logical on the first loop will do
if [0 0 0 0 0 99] == 0
Which will return [1 1 1 1 1 0].
The way MATLAB interprets this is FALSE. Because if you have one thing false, it has failed. I suspect you're really wanting to say if the whole row of the matrix is zeros mark v_d(j) as 0. While in that case, it would work programmatically, it is probably clearer to use the all() command anyway. If nothing else, because it is clear what you're meaning to another programmer.
if all(v_s(j,:) == 0)
Next, we would get to this
or for the first loop,
elseif [0 0 0 0 0 99] == 99
Here, the MATLAB will evaluate this as [0 0 0 0 0 1], or FALSE. What you're really trying to ask here is if there's a 99 in the the row. any() will be a quick solve here. Such as:
elseif any(v_s(j,:) == 99)
Which is asking if ANY of the values in that row are 99.
I am unsure why you're reversing the number on the final else loop, but again your logical is going to turn an array not a single value. If you follow the other conventions, you shouldn't need another logical and can just go with else, and then proceed to find where the 1 is in that row.