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Re: misbehavior in Octave 2.9.4 for OS/2
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Dushan Mitrovich |
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Re: misbehavior in Octave 2.9.4 for OS/2 |
Date: |
Fri, 16 Jun 2006 13:46:15 -0700 |
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"John W. Eaton" <address@hidden> wrote:
>On 16-Jun-2006, Dushan Mitrovich wrote:
>
>| # A more complicated function 'sinc(x) = sin(x) / x' that I would like
>| to have work for vector x as well as scalar, and for '0' argument,
>| works if defined from the command line but not after it is edited.
>| Here is the function definition:
>
> Octave already has a sinc function, but it computes sin(pi*x)/(pi*x).
> It works for scalars and vectors:
Yes, but I wasn't interested in the function itself, rather in learning
how to drive Octave. Any sufficiently diverse function would do.
>| When defined from the command line for a vector 'a = 0:pi/10:2*pi' it
>| produces 21 sets of vectors, each with an additional element
>| computed,
>
> You have some lines that don't end in semicolons.
Yes, that's because I found that if I end all assignment lines with semi-
colons, when I call the function no results are printed. When I remove
the semicolons from the result lines, Octave does print the result. Is
this not the expected behavior?
- Dushan