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fprintf matrix question. Need help.

Asked by Berke Gogce on 29 Sep 2019
Latest activity Edited by Stephen Cobeldick on 11 Oct 2019
Using the repeated feature of fprintf() function in MATLAB, your program must display the results in the following format:
The force in link (I)= XXXX.XX N
The force in link (I)= XXXX.XX N The force in link (-)= ------- N
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Where I refers to the link number (1-8) in format %i and XXXX.XX is the corresponding force value in that link in %g format.

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Answer by Stephen Cobeldick on 11 Oct 2019
Edited by Stephen Cobeldick on 11 Oct 2019
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No loop is required:
>> x = 1:8;
>> y = exp(x);
>> fprintf('The force in link (%d)= %g N\n',[x;y])
The force in link (1)= 2.71828 N
The force in link (2)= 7.38906 N
The force in link (3)= 20.0855 N
The force in link (4)= 54.5982 N
The force in link (5)= 148.413 N
The force in link (6)= 403.429 N
The force in link (7)= 1096.63 N
The force in link (8)= 2980.96 N
Or using %f format:
>> fprintf('The force in link (%d)= %4.2f N\n',[x;y])
The force in link (1)= 2.72 N
The force in link (2)= 7.39 N
The force in link (3)= 20.09 N
The force in link (4)= 54.60 N
The force in link (5)= 148.41 N
The force in link (6)= 403.43 N
The force in link (7)= 1096.63 N
The force in link (8)= 2980.96 N

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Answer by Deepak Kumar on 11 Oct 2019

Please refer the below documentaion to understand the uses of fprintf function
Also, I have written the below code to print the value of at the values x=1:8 using for loop. You can refer this code and make changes as per your requirements.
clc
clear all
for x=1:8
fprintf('The value in link(%d)=%4.2f N\n \n',x,exp(x))
end

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