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Venkat Ta
Venkat Ta 2019 年 11 月 26 日
回答済み: Venkat Ta 2019 年 11 月 26 日
Hi,
I have used multiple numbers of variables on the same name global structure variable.
LSIcurves.xxx
LSIcurves.yyy
For example, Now, I want to retrieve one variable's all the values in a single array form but it's just giving first value only if I call Bl_x_0 = LSI_Curves.Bl_X0_FR. example attached
can you tell me the way if I call Bl_X0_FR i need all 6 rows values in one array form
It's possible in struct2table but I want to use by field name based
Thanks in advance
Best regards
Venkat
Screen Shot 2019-11-26 at 5.00.35 PM.png

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Guillaume
Guillaume 2019 年 11 月 26 日
Hopefully, you ]do not have any global variables. Global variables are typically a very bad idea.
However, I think you're just using the wrong term, which unfortunately makes it difficult to understand your question.
From your screenshot, it looks like LSI_Curves is a 1x6 structure array (with 7 fields). Like any matlab array, a structure array can be indexed, thus LSI_Curves(1) is the 1st element of the array, LSI_Curves(2) is the 2nd element, etc.
Your structure array has fields which are accessed with the dot notation, so LSI_Curves(1).Bl_X0_FR is the content of the Bl_X0_FR field of the 1st element of the structure, and LSI_Curves(2).Bl_X0_FR is the content of the same field for the 2nd element.
When you don't specify an index (or pass an index vector) when accessing a field of a structure array you get in return a comma separated list. You can see what that looks like at the command line by typing:
>> LSI_Curves.Bl_X0_FR
ans =
12.6162
ans =
12.5888
ans =
12.5550
...
The various ans are the manifestation of that comma separated list. If you have a comma separated list on the right side of an = and just one variable on the left side, then the variable only gets the 1st element of the list. So your
Bl_x_0 = LSI_Cruves.Bl_X0_FR
is equivalent to
Bl_x_0 = LSI_Cruves(1).Bl_X0_FR %get just the first element
Now you can convert a comma separated list into a vector, matrix, cell array easily by concatenation and this is probably what you're after. Depending on how you want to concatenate the elements of the list you can use:
Bl_x_0 = [LSI_Cruves.Bl_X0_FR] %concatenate all horizontally. Each element of the list MUST have the same number of ROWS
Bl_x_0 = vertcat(LSI_Cruves.Bl_X0_FR) %concatenate all vertically. Each element of the list MUST have the same number of COLUMNS.
Bl_x_0 = cat(3, LSI_Cruves.Bl_X0_FR) %if the elements of the list are 2D matrices with all the same size
Bl_x_0 = {LSI_Cruves.Bl_X0_FR} %concatenate as a cell array.The elements can be completely dissimilar.
However, you may find it easier to work with a scalar structure and make the content of each field an array instead as that would fit better with the way you're trying to use the structure. As a bonus, the scalar structure would use much less memory.

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Venkat Ta
Venkat Ta 2019 年 11 月 26 日
Hi, Thanks its works very good :)

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