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## end, i

**From**: |
Daniel Heiserer |

**Subject**: |
end, i |

**Date**: |
Tue, 23 Mar 1999 08:15:02 +0100 |

Hi,
end)
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there was a request of matlab's 'end' a few weeks ago.
Is that implemented right now? Which version of octave.
'end' is an undefinable variable in matlab.
It always assigns to the last value in an array:
b=a(5:end);
i)
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i is probably THE most used indexing variable. :-(((
On the other hand it is sqrt(-1);
I had a bug in an m-file using i, assuming it's sqrt(-1).
Unfortunately I used it as an index before. That cost me 1 week to find
and is probably a big error-source.
Is there a way to implement something like a global variable
which could be used in the octaverc files looking like this:
indexing_i=
FALSE;
So I am not allowed to assign i to new values.
Bye daniel
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Mit freundlichen Gruessen
Daniel Heiserer
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**end, i**,
*Daniel Heiserer* **<=**
**end, i**, *John W. Eaton*, `1999/03/23`