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## Arrays Linear Indexing

**From**: |
khalil2535 |

**Subject**: |
Arrays Linear Indexing |

**Date**: |
Sun, 17 Feb 2019 15:09:03 -0600 (CST) |

Hello There , I am a student and i have a matlab course (specisally in image
and audio processing)
I am running Octave as a full replacment of matlab , the first difference i
come across untill now is that octave don't support linear array indexing
for non linear arrays
for example this code :
x = [1:10;2:2:20; 1.1:0.1:2];
x_1 = x(2,6);
x_2 = x(17);
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Result on Matlab2019 : x_1 and x_2 values will be the same.
Result on Octave 4.2.2 : x_1 get the value but x_2 will get an error said
"error: x(17): out of bound 1".
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**Arrays Linear Indexing**,
*khalil2535* **<=**