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Abhishek Mishra


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If you only need the second output from a function, you can use a tilde (~) to ignore specific outputs. For example, you might only want the index containing the maximum value in a vector:density = data(:,2) [~,ivMax] = max(v2) densityMax = density(
If you only need the second output from a function, you can use a tilde (~) to ignore specific outputs. For example, you migh...

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