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Matrix with element that change with 'for loop'

Matrix with element that change with 'for loop'

Matrix with element that change with 'for loop'

Hello every body
I am working on a project that I need to find matrix similar to this one
% Beginning of the Code
clear all;close all;clc;
for m=1:10
abd=[A11(m) B11(m);B11(m) D11(m)];
%End of the Code
where I want the matrix 'abd' get different value for each value of 'm' ,in the code above I only get the value at m=10;and if I use abd(m) it won't be right since in that form it just indicates the element.so please help and suggestions.

RE: Matrix with element that change with 'for loop'

No it is not the same thing for the matrix abd; I was looking for the answer of that.I got some help from someone and it seems that I need to define abd(:,:,m)not just abd(m)and to make the code run faster I need to use prelocatting abd=zeros(2,2,101) where m=1:101.

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