Operands to the || and && operators must be convertible to logical scalar values.

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%%Spectrometer or Ionisation
if ~iscell(folders) && isnan(folders) && strcmpi(Type,'Io')
folders={'i1'};
elseif ~iscell(folders) && isnan(folders) && strcmpi(Type,'Sp1')
folders={'s1'};
is the code how to solve the error
Operands to the and && operators must be convertible to logical scalar values.Error in SearchMCfiles_mp (line 33) if ~iscell(folders) && isnan(folders) && strcmpi(Type,'Io')
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Carlos David Albarracin
Carlos David Albarracin on 22 Jul 2023
Warning: Error occurred while executing the listener callback for event MLFB defined for class
slmle.internal.slmlemgr:
Operands to the logical AND (&&) and OR (||) operators must be convertible to logical scalar values. Use the ANY or
ALL functions to reduce operands to logical scalar values.
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/callback
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/init>@(varargin)obj.callback(varargin{:})
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/action
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/init>@(varargin)obj.action(varargin{:})
Error in message.internal.executeCallback
Warning: Error occurred while executing the listener callback for event MLFB defined for class
slmle.internal.slmlemgr:
Operands to the logical AND (&&) and OR (||) operators must be convertible to logical scalar values. Use the ANY or
ALL functions to reduce operands to logical scalar values.
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/callback
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/init>@(varargin)obj.callback(varargin{:})
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/action
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/init>@(varargin)obj.action(varargin{:})
Error in message.internal.executeCallback
Warning: Error occurred while executing the listener callback for event MLFB defined for class
slmle.internal.slmlemgr:
Operands to the logical AND (&&) and OR (||) operators must be convertible to logical scalar values. Use the ANY
or ALL functions to reduce operands to logical scalar values.
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/callback
Error in slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/init>@(varargin)obj.callback(varargin{:})
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/action
Error in slmle.internal.slmlemgr/init>@(varargin)obj.action(varargin{:})
Error in message.internal.executeCallback
> In slmle.internal.slmlemgr/action
In slmle.internal.slmlemgr/init>@(varargin)obj.action(varargin{:})
In message.internal.executeCallback
In slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/createToolStripContext
In slmle.internal.MLFBEditor/open
In slmle.internal.slmlemgr/open
In slmle.internal.EMLEditorApi/documentOpen
In open_editor (line 72)
In eml_man (line 56)
In eml_function_man>create_ui (line 169)
In eml_function_man (line 26)
In eml_chart_man>create_ui (line 104)
In eml_chart_man (line 20)
In dispatch_task (line 12)
In eml_man (line 66)
In studio_redirect>try_specialized_editor_open (line 761)
In studio_redirect>open_object (line 775)
In studio_redirect (line 33)
In sfprivate (line 15)
In slsf>blk_open_method (line 784)
In slsf (line 55)
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 22 Jul 2023
That appears to have to do with Standard Linear Mixed Effect model . I see a hint that maybe some LME code was compiled, but it is difficult to be sure.
My guess is that something came out empty that the code does not expect to be empty. It is difficult to get any hints about exactly what might be happening.
You will probably need to open a support case.

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Accepted Answer

Patrik Ek
Patrik Ek on 28 Jul 2014
There is 2 types of logical operators for some operations in matlab. For and can you use either && or & to operator on scalars. However to logically compare vectors (which is done per element), you must use &. If you want to see if two vectors are equal, use the function isequal(a,b) instead. The same applies for | |.
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Chris Smith
Chris Smith on 30 Nov 2019
This is perfect. But I must ask, why must you use & when comparing vectors?
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 30 Nov 2019
&& is the "short circuit" and operation, that does not evaluate the right hand side if the left hand side is false. But when you are working with vectors, true or false of the left hand side is element-by-element, and it isn't really possible to only evaluate the right hand side with respect to selected elements. So && and || are simply not permitted except on scalars, by definition.
Note: if you are using && or || chances are strong that you should be considering using any() or all() . Sometimes it make sense to use all(condition1)&&all(condition2)

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More Answers (4)

Evan Ekblaw
Evan Ekblaw on 11 Sep 2020
Edited: Walter Roberson on 24 Feb 2022
while xf>=360 && xf<=390
tries=tries+1;
[v0,theta]=swing_choices();
angle=theta*34*(pi/180);
v0=v0*(cos(angle));
xf=x0+v0*t+.5*a_x*t.^2;
plot(xf,y,"--k")
end
Dont see the error here.
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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 11 Sep 2020
What is the size of xf when that first line executes and throws that error?
[true false] && [true true] % Will throw this same error
[true false] & [true true] % Will return a 1-by-2 logical array
You likely want to use & and wrap that condition in any or all.

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Megha S
Megha S on 2 Jun 2019
Operands to the || and && operators must be convertible to logical scalar values.
Error in vol_down (line 8)
if((dwn==0)||(dwn==1))

Patrick Benz
Patrick Benz on 17 Mar 2021
Edited: Patrick Benz on 17 Mar 2021
I get the same error.
Tiefe<(mu_Tiefe-4*sigma_Tiefe)|| Tiefe>(mu_Tiefe+4*sigma_Tiefe)
Tiefe is an 696x1 array.
When I'm only copying the left or the right part into the command Window, I get logical arrays with 696x1.
When I change to code to:
Tiefe<(mu_Tiefe-4*sigma_Tiefe)| Tiefe>(mu_Tiefe+4*sigma_Tiefe)
it works. But do I have a logical error in my code?
I want to check if every value in the array "Tiefe" is matching one of the two conditions.
Or is there a better option to compare arrays with scalar values?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 17 Mar 2021
If you truncate the distribution then it will not be able to generate values outside the range, so there would be no need to test.
mu_Tiefe = 2;
sigma_Tiefe = .2;
pd = makedist('Normal', mu_Tiefe, sigma_Tiefe);
td = truncate(pd, mu_Tiefe-4*sigma_Tiefe, mu_Tiefe+4*sigma_Tiefe);
rng(655321);
Tiefe_1 = random(pd, 1, 100000);
rng(655321);
Tiefe_2 = random(td, 1, 100000);
mask1 = Tiefe_1<(mu_Tiefe-4*sigma_Tiefe)| Tiefe_1>(mu_Tiefe+4*sigma_Tiefe);
mask2 = Tiefe_2<(mu_Tiefe-4*sigma_Tiefe)| Tiefe_2>(mu_Tiefe+4*sigma_Tiefe);
nnz(mask1)
ans = 4
Tiefe_1(mask1)
ans = 1×4
1.1288 2.8282 2.8564 1.1942
nnz(mask2)
ans = 0
Tiefe_2(mask2)
ans = 1×0 empty double row vector
plot(1:100, Tiefe_1(1:100), 'k', 1:100, Tiefe_2(1:100), 'b');

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lakshmi Shree B
lakshmi Shree B on 24 Feb 2022
Operands to the logical and (&&) and or (||) operators must be convertible to logical scalar values.
Error in test_ppg (line 9)
if (file == 0) && (path == 0)
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lakshmi Shree B
lakshmi Shree B on 25 Feb 2022
[file,path ] = uigetfile('*.dat');
Its a video input (mp4 converted to dat file)
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 25 Feb 2022
[file, filedir] = uigetfile('*.dat');
if isnumeric(file)
return; %user cancel
end
filename = fullfile(filedir, file);

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