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Re: Dynamic c++ fn newbie question: colons

From: Douglas Eck
Subject: Re: Dynamic c++ fn newbie question: colons
Date: Mon, 08 Jan 2001 12:03:47 +0100

Paul Kienzle wrote:
> I'm guessing the following, but I haven't tried it:
>         Matrix a(Range(3,10));
>         Matrix a(Range(3,10,.1));

Thanks Paul. But I couldn't get that to work. 
I figured it out in that I'm using a for-loop. 
Anyone else have an idea? 

PS I am keeping track of these things. . . 

> Are you converting existing mex files?  Have you considered leaving them
> as mex files but writing a simple mex layer on top of liboctave?  It
> wouldn't be that difficult to do.

Thesea aren't mex files... they're new. Though this seems like a reasonable
idea to me. 


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