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# C equivalent code to Matlab's all and any function?

 P: n/a Hi I am new to C programming. What is the best way to get Matlab's any and all functions working in C? [That is without calling Matlab from C] Is there a library available? Which is the best for speed? For reference the Matlab help has the following for the all and any functions: .................................................. .................................................. ......... Given A = [0.53 0.67 0.01 0.38 0.07 0.42 0.69] then B = (A < 0.5) returns logical 1 (true) only where A is less than one half: 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 The any function reduces such a vector of logical conditions to a single condition. In this case, any(B) yields logical 1 .................................................. .................................................. ......... Thanks RS Sep 21 '06 #1
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 P: n/a re********@gmail.com wrote: Hi I am new to C programming. What is the best way to get Matlab's any and all functions working in C? [That is without calling Matlab from C] Is there a library available? Which is the best for speed? This is a O(n) problem, a for loop and an array will solve it. SHAZAM! Tom Sep 21 '06 #2

 P: n/a re********@gmail.com wrote: Hi I am new to C programming. What is the best way to get Matlab's any and all functions working in C? [That is without calling Matlab from C] Is there a library available? Which is the best for speed? This is a O(n) problem, a for loop and an array will solve it. SHAZAM! Tom Sep 21 '06 #3

 P: n/a re********@gmail.com wrote: Hi I am new to C programming. What is the best way to get Matlab's any and all functions working in C? [That is without calling Matlab from C] Is there a library available? Which is the best for speed? For reference the Matlab help has the following for the all and any functions: .................................................. .................................................. ......... Given A = [0.53 0.67 0.01 0.38 0.07 0.42 0.69] then B = (A < 0.5) returns logical 1 (true) only where A is less than one half: 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 The any function reduces such a vector of logical conditions to a single condition. In this case, any(B) yields logical 1 .................................................. .................................................. ......... From the descriptions of these two functions, you can write the functions yourself. They take the number of items in the vector and a pointer to the first element of the vector. #include

 P: n/a >What is the best way to get Matlab's any and all functions working in >C? [That is without calling Matlab from C] You can call any c program through SciLab, which is an open source version of Matlab. Scilab is free and has the same computing capabilities as Matlab Sep 22 '06 #5

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