|Subject:||Stupid New User Question|
|Date:||Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:37:48 -0400|
I have written a simple function:
function retval = killnegatives(x)
retval = x;
if(retval<0) retval = 0;
and placed it in a file called “killnegatives.m”.
I then fired up octave and this is what happens when I use my function.
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octave:1> T = [-1,1]
ans = 0
octave:4> killnegatives (1)
ans = 1
The function seems to work as I expected when called with a single value, but not with an array. I am sure the answer to why is obvious to someone and I hope you’ll share.
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