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vec2var

Transform a vector of double into a scilab variable

Syntax

var = vec2var(vec)

Arguments

  • vec: input parameter. A vector of real numbers.

  • var: output parameter. Can be any types of Scilab objects.

Description

var2vec / vec2var functions are used inside the interfacing functions of Scilab blocks to give the possibility to the user to handle Scilab objects with the register of real parameters (rpar) and with the discrete state register (z).

var = vec2var(vec)

Example

-->a = list("cos", [1.1 2])
a  =
a(1)
cos
a(2)
1.1    2.
-->b = var2vec(a)
b  =
15.
2.
10.
2.
1.
1.
1.
0.
1.
2.
1.
2.
0.
1.1
2.
-->c = vec2var(b)
c  =
c(1)
cos
c(2)
1.1    2.

See also

  • var2vec — Transform a scilab variable into a vector of double
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