x = [2 6 4 9 10 3 1 5 1]
the the output should be 7, because the first minimum value (1) lies at the 7th position.
please explain the solution.
The ~ is a dummy variable, and isn't needed for the calculation. Some earlier versions of MATLAB don't have that option, and will give you an error with that statement. If you have that happen, you can use dummy or junk as the variable name in place of the ~.
I'm late, but James answer ist perfect! ;-)
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