for each loop take the increasing position of a vector matlab?

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If I have a vector L = [4;5;6] and then a for loop
where x = [11;12;13;14;15]
could I take for each loop the increasing position of L? for example for the first iteration L = 4, the second interation L = 5
for i=1:lenght(x)
if x(i) <(0.01*L)
extent(i) = 'A';
end
end

Accepted Answer

Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 9 Aug 2021
Edited: Adam Danz on 9 Aug 2021
The length of L would need to equal the length of x or it could be longer than x, but not shorter.
for i=1:lenght(x)
if x(i) <(0.01*L(i))
% ^^^ add this
extent(i) = 'A';
end
end
--or--
This version works for any length of x
L = 3;
% ^^^^ add this
for i=1:lenght(x)
if x(i) <(0.01*(L+i))
% ^^^^^ add this
extent(i) = 'A';
end
end
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DulceEien
DulceEien on 9 Aug 2021
Edited: DulceEien on 9 Aug 2021
thank you for the answer, I will add L with the same length

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