>I am trying to solve an exercise on Octave and would like some help.

>I have a matrix A (10x5) with numbers from 1 to 80 random.

>From this matrix, 5 numbers are drawn, forming matrix B (1x5).

>I need to generate another matrix (10x5), where the numbers in matrix B are

>equal to A returns the value 1 and if different, returns the value 0. How

>can I do this?

Do you need to just make it work? If yes, this is good enough and does

not require much Octave competence:

Simone Zampini:

>I think that a couple of "for" loops are enough.

>

>Check each element and place there 0 or 1.

If you need to demonstrate a good grasp on the vector operators you

should vectorialise you code. The basic step is to create a new 10x5

matrix to which matrix A should be compared.

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