# How does Matlab work?

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Max Behr 17 May 2020
편집: Ameer Hamza 18 May 2020
Hello,
I would like to do this operation:
maxi=max(a,[],'all')
mini=min(a,[],'all')
a=(a-mini)/(maxi-mini)
maxi=max(b,[],'all')
mic=min(b,[],'all')
b=(b-mini)/(maxi-mini)
If I enter this code in matlab will Matlab do this ?
Maximum of a=> maxi
Minimum of a=> mini
Recalculate every value of a by subtracting -mini from i and dividing it by (maxi minus mini).
Maximum of b=> maxi
Minimum of b=> mini
Recalculate every value of b by subtracting -mini from i and dividing it by (maxi minus mini).
So matlab wouldn't mix up the order and will do everything one after another?

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Stephen Cobeldick 17 May 2020
Why not just try it and find out?
Max Behr 17 May 2020
I am afraid of killing the complete file/system :)

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Ameer Hamza 17 May 2020
편집: Ameer Hamza 18 May 2020
No, MATLAB will not mix up the order. Also, MATLAB is interpreted language, so everything is executed in the order you have written.

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Max Behr 17 May 2020
Thanks.

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