I have a loop which looks like this:
The idea is simply that it removes unusable values from an array prior to the main code acting on it. The only problem is that if the array Sxx is something like [1 3 6 NaN 9 5 2 8 NaN 10], then when the looping variable i=4 Sxx will become [1 3 6 9 5 2 8 NaN 10]. Since the array has shrunk by one element but the value of i has increased by 1, the loop will miss 9 and head straight for 5! If the 9 was a NaN, then the code will have missed it! Is there any way to set a condition whereby if isnan(Sxx(i))==TRUE then the loop holds at the current value of i and makes another pass at that value so that it doesn't skip any elements?