How to define the step increment of iteration inside the loop

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Mekala balaji
Mekala balaji 2019년 6월 1일
댓글: Mekala balaji 2019년 6월 1일
Hi,
I want increment the iteration 'i' by 3 on each iteration completes and the next iteration statrt from the incremented 'i'.
Code working:
A=[1;2;4;6;7;11;78;12;32;14;32;45];
for i=1:3:size(A,1)
disp(i)
% i=i+3;
% disp(i)
disp('.....')
end
but when I use below code, it does not works
A=[1;2;4;6;7;11;78;12;32;14;32;45];
increment=3;
for i=1:size(A,1)
disp(i)
i=i+increment;
%disp(i)
% disp('.....')
end
can't we define the increment like above?
Thanks in advance,
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Stephen23
Stephen23 2019년 6월 1일
"can't we define the increment like above?"
Nope. You already defined the iteration variable in the for loop definition. What happens inside the loop does not change the for loop definition.

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA 2019년 6월 1일
편집: KALYAN ACHARJYA 2019년 6월 1일
In your second cod the iteration steps depends on i, its changing changing the step size 1 as defined in for loop statement
for i=1:size(A,1) %it means i=1,2,3,4...
Replace it with
for i=1:increment:size(A,1)
disp(i);
end
The following vector is same as above
i=1:3:size(A,1);
Which is definitely same as first code.

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