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## Re: is this a bug?

**From**: |
Mirek Kwasniak |

**Subject**: |
Re: is this a bug? |

**Date**: |
Sun, 6 Jul 1997 19:23:06 +0200 (CEST) |

>* > The following is what I did with octave-2.0.8 on Linux*
>* > *
>* > z = [*
>* > 1 0 0*
>* > 1 0 0*
>* > 0 1 0*
>* > 0 1 0*
>* > 0 0 1*
>* > 0 0 1*
>* > ];*
>* > *
>* > z(:, any(z))*
>* > *
>* > ans =*
>* > *
>* > 1 1 1*
>* > 1 1 1*
>* > 0 0 0*
>* > 0 0 0*
>* > 0 0 0*
>* > 0 0 0*
>* > *
>* > Vu Nguyen-Cong*
>* > address@hidden*
>* >*
>* > *
>* > If you set prefer_zero_one_indexing to 1, Octave will return the*
>* > original matrix for this example. Is that what you were expecting?*
>* > *
>* > The next major release of Octave will have a boolean type that will*
>* > eliminate this ambiguity and the need for the prefer_zero_one_indexing*
>* > variable.*
>* > *
>* > jwe*
>* *
>* Thank you indeed for your help.*
>* Regards,*
>* Vu Nguyen-Cong*
>* *
Matlab (and Octave) compatybile solution is:
z(:,find(any(z)))
Mirek