## What are two types of loops in MATLAB?

There are two types of loops: for statements loop a specific number of times, and keep track of each iteration with an incrementing index variable. For example, preallocate a 10-element vector, and calculate five values: x = ones(1,10); for n = 2:6 x(n) = 2 * x(n – 1); end.

**How to programmatically exit a loop in MATLAB?**

1 To programmatically exit the loop, use a break statement. To skip the rest of the instructions in the loop and begin the next iteration, use a continue statement. 2 Avoid assigning a value to the index variable within the loop statements. 3 To iterate over the values of a single column vector, first transpose it to create a row vector.

**When do you indent a loop in MATLAB?**

Each loop requires the end keyword. It is a good idea to indent the loops for readability, especially when they are nested (that is, when one loop contains another loop): A = zeros(5,100); for m = 1:5 for n = 1:100 A(m, n) = 1/(m + n – 1); end end.

### Are there any other related functions to MATLAB?

In addition to common functions like exp and log, MATLAB ® has several other related functions to allow flexible numerical calculations.

**How to exit a for or while loop in MATLAB?**

Sum a sequence of random numbers until the next random number is greater than an upper limit. Then, exit the loop using a break statement. The break statement exits a for or while loop completely. To skip the rest of the instructions in the loop and begin the next iteration, use a continue statement.

**How do you append to a matrix within a for loop?**

For instance, in the image below A is produced on the first loop, during loop 2 A “grows” to include the data from loop 1 and the data from loop 2, and so on. Loop 1 produces a matrix, on the next iteration I need to append to this matrix the results of that loop, and so on until all of the data is processed.