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댓글: PRADEEP KUMAR 2021년 7월 30일
h1=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
h2=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
h3=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
z=sort(h1,h2,h3)
Error using sort
Dimension argument must be a positive integer.

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Walter Roberson 2021년 7월 30일
h1=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
h2=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
h3=(randn(1)+1j*randn(1));
z=sort([h1,h2,h3])
z =
-0.2708 - 0.7018i -0.9067 - 0.1721i -1.4720 + 0.8297i
Note that by default, sort() operates along the first non-scalar dimension, so if you were to use vectors you would have to be careful about how you sorted.
h1=(randn(5,1)+1j*randn(5,1));
h2=(randn(5,1)+1j*randn(5,1));
h3=(randn(5,1)+1j*randn(5,1));
z=sort([h1,h2,h3], 2) %sort along rows
z =
-0.2910 - 0.0564i 0.5709 - 0.5409i 0.6546 - 0.5143i -0.1828 - 1.6783i -0.7043 - 2.3840i -1.8560 - 1.7280i 0.1197 - 0.5495i 0.4678 + 0.4002i 0.0720 + 1.4020i -0.0402 - 0.0571i -0.0619 + 0.6243i -1.6263 + 1.0778i -1.1198 + 0.7075i 0.3973 + 2.4295i 0.0284 + 2.7152i
However... you need to be clearer as to what it means to you to sort complex data. MATLAB has a meaning for sorting complex data, but it is not likely that MATLAB's meaning is the same as what you want.
Thanks a lot Sir

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