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Summing Elementwise Values in a Vector

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Frank Lehmann
Frank Lehmann on 14 Sep 2020
Answered: Mahesh Taparia on 16 Sep 2020
clc
if vs=="AC"
c=0.8;
iv=acvi;
else
c=1;
iv=dcvi;
end
for k =1:numel(lo);
lva=lo(k)./c;
lvah=lva.*t;
ll=lo(k)./iv;
end
slo=sum(lo);
I have a sample script which i input to the above as a "function" ('AC',[25 45 65 78 120 65],8, 415,24) ie a string, vector and doubles now when i sum the input vector there is no drama for the initial vector however when i sum the other vectors, (lva,lvah,ll) i get the correct values after elementwise manipulation but cannot sum them i only the output of the last known value. Any ideas? I'm sure the solution is quite simple but its racking my brain. :(
Thanks,
Frank

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KSSV
KSSV on 14 Sep 2020
Replace
vs=="AC"
with
strcmp(vs,'AC')
Frank Lehmann
Frank Lehmann on 14 Sep 2020
KSSV your comment is legitimate but not the answer i was looking for i want to sum the elementwise vectors?

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Mahesh Taparia
Mahesh Taparia on 16 Sep 2020
Hi
You can refer the below code which can be used to find the sum of the elements which you are doing. Hope it will help!
function [slva, slvah, sll, slo] = compute(vs,lo, acvi, dcvi, t)
if strcmp(vs, 'AC')
c = 0.8;
iv = acvi;
else
c = 1;
iv = dcvi;
end
lva = lo/c;
lvah = lva * t;
ll = lo/iv;
slo = sum(lo);
slva = sum(lva);
slvah = sum(lvah);
sll = sum(ll);
end

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