This is a tutorial on how to write and use While Loops in MATLAB. Table of contents below.
00:00 – Introduction
00:34 – General form
01:15 – Example 1
02:34 – Example 2
05:27 – Using While loops like For loops
08:18 – Conclusion
This is a tutorial on how to write and use While Loops in MATLAB. Table of contents below.
00:00 – Introduction
00:34 – General form
01:15 – Example 1
02:34 – Example 2
05:27 – Using While loops like For loops
08:18 – Conclusion
Author: Ilya Mikhelson
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Thanks, helped a lot
Thank You. Just wanted to ask how do you store results in a vector for while loop? Because you wouldn’t know what size zero vector to create before the while loop.
hi ive got a question, what is a(counter) and does sum_a equal 0 in every new loop and a(counter) just becomes 1,3,6,10… respectively to make the sum equal to 1,3,6,10…etc.?
Thanks this helped me finish my homework.
at 8:50 could u explain a(counter)??
this is fantastic. I am going to show this to my students, i am a lecturer at a university. Could i save the video and show it later, offline??
Thank you so much. I was stuck on how to make a while loop repeat a certain action, your video really helped.
explains very well
How might someone using a while loop to find the first factorial to exceed a certain number? for example, the number 110,000,000,000
I have a question. Why do need there ‘+5000’ next to ‘1.08*bal’? I think ‘1.08*bal’ contains deposit.
I love you. Thank you so much.
hello, can matlab do infinite loop? like always show receive data from the input , thx
thanks for the helpful and clear explanation!
I love your teaching, how can I get or download 34 bus system cos I have search not get it
all throughout but I could not get it.thanks sir
Just curious how to use MATLAB to find the values of two symbols?
a+c=30 and 2<= c-a<=10 Both a and c are within a function and I need to find the min and max values of a? Any help would be greatly appreciated
plz help
A BIG THANK YOU
Thank you for posting! You explained things really well.
I’m using Octave GNU. My fuck is it a piece of shit….
thanks for the help
Thanks for the help man, much appreicated
I’m trying to run an equation a certain amount of times, but I haven’t been able to get it to work on a while loop. the code I have is
k = 0.9987;
n = 100;
counter = 0;
final_count = 694;
while counter <= final_count; if (k*n)=curr_n curr_n = n counter = counter +1 end end Please help! Thank you! And if you think it’d be better to switch it to a for loop
How do turn what you’ve marked into “explanation format” so easy?(the green text with a % in front of it)
Hey I have a question: how can you make a while loop that repeats until a certain variable, vector L, does not change? I though about starting with “while K ~= L” and then put “K = L;” before the for-loop that changes L, but then the while-loop, of course, stops immediately.
(To be more specific, I have an assignment for which I need to write a function that implements the k-means algorithm.)
got midterm tomorrow(literally today), this video just give me 5 more points!
Write the JavaScript to read a positive number from the user and then print
to the console the numbers from 1 to the user entered number.
Ex. If the user enters 50, you should print the numbers 1 to 50 in the
console.
Thanks for the great tutorial, you’re much better than my lecturer!
awesome!
Two questions:
1. At 1:17 you make the 3 lines “%” how do you do that?
2. how do you get that big letters?
Btw thanks for the video. really helped – this is actually easypeasy
excellent
i still don’t understand this line of code – sum_a = sum_a + a(counter). specifically the a(counter) part. Sorry, if its a stupid question. But i have seen you do this in your for loops video. why can’t i just use ”sum_a=sum_a + counter”. I get the same answer with you if i do this. And this makes more sense to me or maybe I still don’t understand the a(counter) part.
Thanks for the video man! Great work! I encourage you to do more of such videos in a little more depth to make it more clear to students like me. I have found a little help over this subject till now.
I wondered in real world terms ie. getting half a percent interest as in real bank accounts savings, and able to deposit 1000 a year to see how long it would take to get to a million dollars. Just have to live 359 years and I would have 1.0045e+06 dollars… while that is seriously depressing, I did find this a very helpful tutorial.