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Index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 14).

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Marek Endrizal
Marek Endrizal on 18 Oct 2020
Commented: Marek Endrizal on 18 Oct 2020
C(1,1)= 1; C(1,10) =-1; C(1,16) = 1
C(2,2) = 1; C(2,10) = 1; C(2,11) =-1;
C(3,3) = 1; C(3,11) = 1; C(3,12) = -1;
C(4,4) = 1; C(4,8) = 1; C(4,13) = -1;
C(5,5) = 1; C(5,4) = 1; C(5,14) = -1;
C(6,6) = 1; C(6,8) = 1; C(6,9) = 1; C(6,15) = 1;
C(7,7) = 1; C(7,15) = 1; C(7,16) = -1;
C(8,8) = 1; C(8,17) = -1;
C(9,9) = 1; C(9,17) = 1;
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>> C(9,17)
Index in position 2 exceeds array bounds (must not exceed 14).

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Alan Stevens
Alan Stevens on 18 Oct 2020
Odd! It works for me:
>> C(1,1)= 1; C(1,10) =-1; C(1,16) = 1;
C(2,2) = 1; C(2,10) = 1; C(2,11) =-1;
C(3,3) = 1; C(3,11) = 1; C(3,12) = -1;
C(4,4) = 1; C(4,8) = 1; C(4,13) = -1;
C(5,5) = 1; C(5,4) = 1; C(5,14) = -1;
C(6,6) = 1; C(6,8) = 1; C(6,9) = 1; C(6,15) = 1;
C(7,7) = 1; C(7,15) = 1; C(7,16) = -1;
C(8,8) = 1; C(8,17) = -1;
C(9,9) = 1; C(9,17) = 1;
>> C(9,17)
ans =
1
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