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How do I check if an entire array matches the elements of another array (different size)?

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Lélia van der Linden
Lélia van der Linden on 8 Oct 2020
Edited: Stephen Cobeldick on 10 Oct 2020
I'm making a bingo game in which I want to display the name of the winner in a Edit Field.
I have already saved the card elements (numbers) for every person participating in the game as public variables. For example:
person1 = ([3,10,12,27,31,37,46,48,56,63,66,71,79,82,86]);
person2 = ([1,3,13,22,34,38,41,42,55,61,67,72,78,81,85]);
I'm using randperm function to call 90 numbers and storing it as in: app.num = randperm(90);
In the game, someone wins if all the numers of the array are called in sequence from the randperm function.
How can I do this by storing the sequence of the randperm function numbers in an array everytime a button is pushed and call the winner whenever someone wins?
Lélia van der Linden
Lélia van der Linden on 9 Oct 2020
That was actually an example...
I'm using their real names as variable names.
But thanks anyway! Learned something new.

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Mohammad Sami
Mohammad Sami on 9 Oct 2020
Edited: Mohammad Sami on 9 Oct 2020
What you need is the ismember function.
if true
[Lia,Locb] = ismember(person1, person2);
Allperson1inperson2 = all(Lia);
This check that values in person1 exist in person2


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