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First of all, I hope I posted in the right forum section.

 

Is there a Div function in MatLab? 

For example:  the div of 15/4 = 3?? 

 

I tried: 15 div 4

 

and i get an Error: Unexpected MATLAB expression.

 

I have been searching all over internet without finding anything...

I use the 2011 version.

 

Thanks in advance biggrin.png

Edited by shadowstep00

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Never used MatLab. I have used google before though...

 

http://www.mathworks.co.uk/help/matlab/ref/idivide.html

 

It looks like

a ./ b

will work.

 

I googled "matlab integer division function"

 

EDIT: Maybe not, as I said I haven't used MatLab before... EDIT2: That looks like some kind of array operator, so go with idivide

Edited by Paradigm Shifter

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Yeah I realised it wasn't right and edited, looks like idivide is what you want. I can't do a search for ./ using the search box and it's not hyperlinked... not impressed with the MatLab documentation!

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First of all, I hope I posted in the right forum section.

 

Is there a Div function in MatLab? 

For example:  the div of 15/4 = 3?? 

 

I tried: 15 div 4

 

and i get an Error: Unexpected MATLAB expression.

 

I have been searching all over internet without finding anything...

I use the 2011 version.

 

Thanks in advance biggrin.png

 

There is this,

 

http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/idivide.html

 

-Josh

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