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## Re: define range in octave

**From**: |
Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso |

**Subject**: |
Re: define range in octave |

**Date**: |
Tue, 25 Jul 2006 16:22:34 -0500 |

Hi.
On 25/07/06, Aarti Gupta <address@hidden> wrote:

I want range as (0-5), (5-15), (15-25),(25-35), (35-45)

I don't quite understand what you want. The colon operator will define
a range for you, so that, e.g.
octave:1> x = 1:10
x =
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
and you can specify a different step size, but the default is 1:
octave:2> x = 1:pi/2:10
x =
1.0000 2.5708 4.1416 5.7124 7.2832 8.8540
Those are five different ranges you have there. The first one could be
x=0:5, the next y = 5:15, and so on. What's the context? What are you
trying to do?
- Jordi G. H.