Masking out unwanted data

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Amit Chakraborty
Amit Chakraborty 2022 年 5 月 26 日
回答済み: Jan 2022 年 5 月 26 日
Lets say , I have 2 matrix A and B .
A = [1 0 1];
B = [ 2 5 6];
Consider that, for the first element of A ( which is 1) we are getting the first element of B ( which is 2) . and for the second element A ( which is 0 ) we are getting second element in B ( which is 5) and so on.
Now, I want to make the code in such a way that , whenever in the matrix A the code finds its element 1 it mask out element in matrix B.
Example : Matrix A : 1st element is 1 so the code will maskout ( or put zero) in the first element of B which is 2.
Thanks in advance for the help!!!

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Jan
Jan 2022 年 5 月 26 日
A = [1 0 1];
B = [2 5 6];
C = B(A ~= 1)
C = 5
% Or:
B(A == 1) = 0
B = 1×3
0 5 0

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