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SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

(OP)
Is anyone good at SMath?

I'm trying to loop through 1 matrix and populate another matrix.

I would like to go through each term in the 'V' matrix and populate the 'q_z_vector' matrix. (I've stripped all the units out for now)



I can't get it to work? And I can't find the answer on the Smath website.

Thank you in advance.

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

Something like:

Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

-Dik

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

Sorry I didn't explain the process... do a 'for' loop and in the box after the 'contained' symbol, type in 'range' and select range 2 or whatever from the dropdown presented. With the range presented enter the first and last values in the 'squares' presented.

Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

-Dik

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

(OP)
Thanks Dik! It's working like a champ now!

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

In case you're curious, you can use units within the array... different columns can have different units... in my example for the first row... 1 is a number, 2 is a diameter in inches, and 3 is an area in sq. inches... bd(i,3) is in sq.in. automatically. I use this feature a lot. I really like the program... a couple of little hiccups, but overall, excellent. I've attached a print of my cover page... I use the little blue squares to line up my output data. The one on the far right is to line up comments, the one in the middle is for metric units and the one on the left is for imperial units. Most of my programs output to both Imperial and Metric. I'm a bit of a dinosaur in that I 'understand' imperial but a lot of people are comfortable with metric. I can look at the imperial data and I know what it says, without thinking about it... with metric, I have to convert to imperial (mentally) to understand something. I'm just too old.



Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

-Dik

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

(OP)
I'll give the units within the array a shot. I've tried in the past, and have not been able to get it to work.

Ideally, I would like the array to look more like a table. The first column would be text (Risk Cat 1,2,3,4), and then other columns be the numerical values.

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

(OP)
Also, I like you first cover page....I copied you user defined functions for design checks a long time ago.. :)

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

from another program... using all kinds of units... and shows the imperial, metric, and description outlined by the blue squares.



Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

-Dik

RE: SMath For Loops - Populate a matrix

I should have added... I 'cut and paste' code from one program into another... the HSS array and calculations used above has been cut and pasted into maybe 6 or 8 programs, already. The properties calculated are specifically for the NDX item selected from the array. I could have programmed them into the array, but chose not to to keep the physical size of the array relatively small. It would be handy if you could insert a line in the array, rather than add it to the bottom.

Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

-Dik

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