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How to use Zeros(x,y,z) function

From: dharshana
Subject: How to use Zeros(x,y,z) function
Date: Tue, 27 Dec 2005 19:55:25 -0600


MathLab supports zero function with more than two parameters. 
in MathLab,
B = zeros(d1,d2,d3...) or B = zeros([d1 d2 d3...]) returns an array of zeros 
with dimensions d1-by-d2-by-d3-by-... .

I need to generate a zeros array with d1-by-d2-by-d3 (3D). But according to the 
help Octave supports only for two parameters in Zeros function. Is there any 
way of genarating this kind of matrix using Octave?

I would be greatly appriciate your help.


Roshan Dharshana

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