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size of 3d array

From: Norbert Hauser
Subject: size of 3d array
Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2006 10:41:57 +0100

I haven't found the following difference between octave and matlab in the 
compatibility list.

The output of


in octave is:
s1 = 2
s2 = 2

and in matlab is:
s1 =
s2 =

Is there an explanation, why matlab combines the dimensions 2+3 in s2, but 
octave doesn't? Has this been implemented intentionally, and can I make octave 
behave like matlab in this case without changing existing code?

Despite of such small problems I am more and more impressed by octave's 
capabilities Thanks to all who have contributed!

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