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Do I need a 'For' statement or a 'While' statement to loop back in my script?

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10B
10B 2015 年 10 月 5 日
コメント済み: 10B 2015 年 12 月 1 日
Hello Community,
I have a script that requires a bit of user input at various stages, and requires an image to be visually checked by the user before carrying on. The user has to create a viewing box in an image (ie just to look at a specific area) and then check the binary image output. Sometimes though, the viewing box is input wrong, so the X Y parameters have to be put in again. Here is the code to be cycled through when necessary:
% User input...
Y1 = input('Enter the first Y value (Top of image): \n');
Y2 = input('Enter the second Y value (Bottom of image): \n');
X1 = input('Enter the first X value (Left of image): \n');
X2 = input('Enter the second X value (Right of image): \n');
% Create binary image with the parameters of the user input
figure
i = myImage(Y1:Y2, X1:X2, 1);
bi = (i<80);
imagesc(bi);
colormap gray
axis image
So at this point, the Binary image is shown - but if its wrong, I want to cycle back to the first user input so the X Y extents can be entered again. I want a stop/checkpoint with something like this:
input('Is the binary image correct? Y/N: \n');
To make the user confirm this is OK to proceed - but I have not been able to write the loop so that it goes back to the start point that I want.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to write the necessary loop for this please?
Kind regards,
10B.

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Adam
Adam 2015 年 10 月 5 日
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Something like this should work though I haven't tested it in actual code:
isvalid = false;
while( ~isvalid )
...
userStr = validatestring( input('Is the binary image correct? Y/N: \n', 's'), { 'Yes', 'No' } );
isvalid = strcmp( userStr, 'Yes' );
end
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10B
10B 2015 年 12 月 1 日
Adam,
I'm a bit late coming back to this - I got distracted by many other problems and this got shelved for a while!
I finally got this to work by putting my script inside a function, and wrapping your code either side of the function, meaning that if the binary image comes out wrong, I can cycle back to the first user input, go through the function and proof before continuing - all as I originally wanted to do.
Thanks again!

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