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alln and anyn: N-D "all" and "any" function

version 1.0.0.0 (2.42 KB) by Whyjay Zheng
Improved version of the built-in "all" and "any" fuction, designed for higher-dimension input

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Updated 13 Aug 2016

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ALLN(A) is similar to all(A), but always returns a single value which determines if all matrix elements are nonzero. When A is a 2-D or higher-dimension matrix, it will return the same result as all(reshape(A, 1, [])).
ANYN(A) is similar to any(A), but always returns a single value which determines if any matrix elements are nonzero. When A is a 2-D or higher-dimension matrix, it will return the same result as any(reshape(A, 1, [])).
Both functions are useful when A can be either scalar, vector or matrix in your scripts.

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Whyjay Zheng (2021). alln and anyn: N-D "all" and "any" function (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/58689-alln-and-anyn-n-d-all-and-any-function), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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