Basically I have a function file set up called BSform.m, I'm confident this has nothing to do with my problem(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My problem is this driver file for the function

X=zeros(101,2);

for i = 0:0.01:1

[C1,P1]=BSform(200,200,2,0,0.02,i);

Y=[C1,P1]

X(100*i+1,1)=Y(1,1)

X(100*i+1,2)=Y(1,2)

end

My output Y ALWAYS gives me a 1x2 vector (this is what I want, the function is working as intended)

I am trying to STORE this vector in my X matrix

Everything is FINE up until i get to i=0.14, and I've no idea why

The error I get is:

??? Attempted to access X(15,1); index must be a positive integer or logical.

Error in ==> File2 at 5

X(100*i+1,1)=Y(1,1)

It's really weird since if I manually input this Y value it manages to access it fine and store it in X. I thought about overriding it and moving on, but then it screwed up when it hit X(29,1) and again at X(30,1) then again a few steps more, really irregular pattern.

Any idea what's causing this? I've tried transposing it all, and the same problem hits at the same values for i.

Thanks

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# MATLAB error when storing values in a matrix

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