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if statement inside for loop location issues

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Imagine this
A=[B C D E];
B=[1;2;3;1;9,0,4,5];
C=[1;2;3;2;3;2;1;2];
D=[8;3;5;6;1;2;7;4];
E=[-1;-1;-3;-2;-3;-1;-2;-3];
The goal is to compare B and D.
if B<D
then it's corresponding value of C will show in F
If B>=D
then its corresponding E value will show in F.
In this case, the answer is
F=[1;2;3;2;-3;2;1;-3]
How can I achieve this please

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Joel Handy
Joel Handy on 14 Aug 2019
Edited: Joel Handy on 14 Aug 2019
This is exactly the situation where you want to use logical indexing.
F(B<D) = C(B<D);
F(B>=D) = E(B>=D);

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DARLINGTON ETAJE
DARLINGTON ETAJE on 16 Aug 2019
Thank you Joel...you really saved me...you are the best.

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