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## Data structures in Octave

**From**: |
Sue Stones |

**Subject**: |
Data structures in Octave |

**Date**: |
Sun, 16 May 2004 22:30:47 +1000 |

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The documentation seems to be virtually absent on this area, execept to maybe
imply that these things exist. So I will have to ask here again. (I assume
that there is a limited resorces to produce documentation)
I am looking for a way to associate a vector with a scalar. eg to associate
p8 = [4; 2]; t8 = 1. I need to loop through a list of these pairs and do
some calculation on the vectors and compare the outcome to the relavant
scalar. I am thinking that some data structure that combined the two
elements in to a set, and then someway of looping through the sets.
Is there a way of forming these sorts of "unions"? Or is there some other way
of dealing with the problem in Octave?
To loop through the full set of pairs do i need to include all the pairs in
some over arching data structure?
sue
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**Data structures in Octave**,
*Sue Stones* **<=**