# multiplication table in matlab

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mohamed on 1 Mar 2013
Answered: Akmal on 19 Jun 2022
I want to make the multiplication table using matlab ?
Azzi Abdelmalek on 1 Mar 2013
What does that mean?
leela krishna on 30 Jun 2019
the output is the multiplication table of any number
clc;
clear all;
n=input('Enter an integer:');
i=1;
while(i<=10)
fprintf('%d*%d=%d \n',n,i,n*i);
i=i+1;
end

Azzi Abdelmalek on 1 Mar 2013
Edited: Azzi Abdelmalek on 1 Mar 2013
x=(1:9)'
a=repmat(x,1,9)
b=a'
c=bsxfun(@times,x,x')
out=arrayfun(@(x,y,z) [num2str(x) 'x' num2str(y) '=' num2str(z)],a,b,c,'un',0)
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mohamed on 10 Mar 2013
Edited: mohamed on 10 Mar 2013
i can't understand how arrayfun operates ?
Azzi Abdelmalek on 10 Mar 2013
Edited: Azzi Abdelmalek on 10 Mar 2013
Look at this example:
a=[2 4 8]
%I want to do some operation to each number of a
out(1)=a(1)*100+cos(a(1))
out(2)=a(2)*100+cos(a(2))
out(3)=a(3)*100+cos(a(3))
%This can be done with arrayfun
out=arrayfun(@(x) x*100+cos(x),a)

John Doe on 22 May 2013
Another one-liner:
cumsum(meshgrid(1:10))

Teja Muppirala on 23 May 2013
N = 10
(1:N)'*(1:N)
Morganne Durham on 22 Jan 2018
To make a matrix for a times table, you need to use a period before the *
(1:N)'.*(1:N)
Matt J on 22 Jan 2018
Edited: Matt J on 22 Jan 2018
No, you don't need .*
Also, the latter will only work in R2016b and higher. This thread was from back in 2013.

Matt J on 1 Mar 2013
As an example, This will generate a times table for integers 1...10
bsxfun(@times, (1:10).',1:10)

Akmal on 19 Jun 2022
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