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semicolon (;)

ending expression and row separator

Description

semicolons are used to separate rows in a matrix definition (within brackets).

semicolons may also be used at the end of an instruction (in a file or in Scilab console). In this case it means that the result(s) is(are) not displayed. Conversely use comma (,) to get the display.

Examples

a=[1,2,3;4,5,6];
a=1;b=1,c=2

See Also

  • comma — (,) column, instruction, argument separator
  • brackets — ([,]) left and right brackets

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