On Thu, 10 Jul 1997 01:31:14 -0500 you, "John W. Eaton", wrote:

> On 9-Jul-1997, Bryce Gardner <

[hidden email]> wrote:

>

> | Just a thought on multidimensional arrays:

> | One way to extend octave to handle fairly complex multidimensional data

> | structures would be to allow arrays of structures.

> |

> | a(1).a=[1,2;3,4];

> | a(2).a=[5,6;7,8];

> |

> | and then a(2).a(1,2) would access the 6 and a(:).a(1,1) would be

> | [1;5] or [1,5].

>

> The next major release of Octave (not any 2.0.x release) will support

> generic lists and more relaxed parsing of indexing operations, so this

> sort of thing should be possible.

I reckon some load and save features for structs would be worthfull before

...

G.

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