I want to assign values from a 1d array to 2d array. How should I do it?

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The function tridiagonal(n) gives values of x in a 1 dimensional array. I want to assign it to 2 dimensional array of w(s,t). However it shows error saying "Undefined function 'x' for input arguments of type 'double'."

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Jan on 21 Aug 2013
Edited: Jan on 21 Aug 2013
You have not assigned a value to x. Maybe you meant:
for s=2:m
x = tridiagonal(n); % assign x!
for t=1:n
But you can save one of the for loops:
for s=2:m
x = tridiagonal(n); % assign x!
w(s, :) = x; % or x', depending on dimension of x

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek on 21 Aug 2013
x is not defined in your code


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