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Re: Excluding elements of a matrix
From: 
John W. Eaton 
Subject: 
Re: Excluding elements of a matrix 
Date: 
Tue, 19 Dec 2006 20:11:09 0500 
On 19Dec2006, Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso wrote:
 2006/12/19, Joseph Wakeling <address@hidden>:
 > How feasible would it be to implement a simple syntax for something like
 > this in a future version of Octave, along the lines of,
 >
 > A(:,\[5 7]) [matrix A excluding columns 5 and 7]
 >
 > ... inspired by set notation?

 This must be the second time in recent memory we get a request for
 overloading operators in Octave, which I understand the competition
 can already do...
But this looks like the invention of a new operator, not just
overloading one that already exists.
jwe
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, (continued)
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Francesco Potorti`, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Quentin Spencer, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Joseph Wakeling, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, antonio palestrini, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Jordi Gutierrez Hermoso, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix,
John W. Eaton <=
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, antonio palestrini, 2006/12/19
 Re: Excluding elements of a matrix, Joan Picanyol i Puig, 2006/12/25
 Re: autocorrelation, Francesco Potorti`, 2006/12/19