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Warning: Input arguments must be scalar.

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namrata parikh
namrata parikh on 19 Jun 2012
X=zeros(1,m1);
when i run this command it gives me the Warning: Input arguments must be scalar. can anyone help me with what causes this problem and what i can do to solve it!!

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst on 19 Jun 2012
Hover over m1 when you've stopped there at a breakpoint. Chances are m1 is either a real number with some fractional part, or a matrix, or a negative number, or some other illegal entry.

Christoph
Christoph on 19 Jun 2012
hi namrata,
you should check if m1 is a scalar. It seems m1 is a vector or someting else.
reagrds, CN
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 19 Jun 2012
I agree: m1 was probably created by applying size() to a vector, and the cure is probably to use length() of the vector instead.

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