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# tlist

Scilab object and typed list definition.

### Calling Sequence

tlist(typ, a1, ..., an)

### Arguments

- typ
a character string or vector of character strings.

- ai
any Scilab object (

`matrix`

,`list`

,`string`

, ...).

### Description

`tlist(typ, a1, ..., an)`

creates a `typed-list`

with elements `ai`

's. The `typ`

argument specifies the list type. Such `typed-list`

allows the user to define new operations working on these object through Scilab functions. The only difference between `typed-list`

and `list`

is the value of the type (16 instead of 15).

`typ(1)`

specifies the list type (character string used to define soft coded operations).

If specified `typ(i)`

may give the `(i+1)`

-th element formal name.

Standard Operations on `list`

work similarly for `typed-list`

:

extraction:

`[x, y, z, ...]=l(v)`

where `v`

is a vector of indices;
`[x, y, z]=l(:)`

extracts all the elements.

insertion:

`l(i)=a`

deletion:

`l(i)=null()`

removes the `i`

-th
element of the `tlist`

`l`

.

Note that the semantics of `l.x=null()` is undefined, but a definition can be given through the overloading mechanism. |

display.

Moreover if `typ(2:n+1)`

are specified, user may
point elements by their names.

We give below examples where `tlist`

are used.

Linear systems are represented by specific `typed-list`

e.g. a
linear system `[A,B,C,D]`

is represented by the `tlist`

`Sys=tlist(['lss';'A';'B';'C';'D';'X0';'dt'],A,B,C,D,x0,'c')`

and this specific list may be created by the function `syslin`

.

`Sys(2)`

, `Sys('A')`

or `Sys.A`

is the state-matrix and `Sys('dt')`

or `Sys.dt`

is the time domain.

A rational matrix `H`

is represented by the `typed-list`

`H=rlist(Num,Den,[])`

where `Num`

and `Den`

are two
polynomial matrices and a continuous time linear system with
transfer matrix `H`

may be created by `syslin('c',H)`

.

`H(2)`

, `H('num')`

or `H.num`

is the transfer matrix numerator.

### Examples

// tlist creation t = tlist(["listtype","field1","field2"], [], []); t.field1(1) = 10; t.field1(2) = 20; t.field2(1) = "Scilab"; t.field2(2) = "tlist"; t.field2(3) = "example"; // Fields contents display disp(t.field1) disp(t.field2) // Generic tlist display disp(t) // Overloading display for this type of tlist function %listtype_p(mytlist) f = fieldnames(mytlist); // typeof(mytlist) <=> f(1) mprintf("Displaying a tlist of type: %s\n", typeof(mytlist)); mprintf("\n"); mprintf("-- Field ''%s'' --\n", f(1)); mprintf("Contents: %s\n", sci2exp(mytlist(f(1)))); mprintf("\n"); mprintf("-- Field ''%s'' --\n", f(2)); mprintf("Contents: %s\n", sci2exp(mytlist(f(2)))); endfunction // Display using overloading function disp(t)

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