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Frequently asked questions about Octave (with answers)

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3.3 Data structures

Octave includes a limited amount of support for organizing data in structures. The current implementation uses an associative array with indices limited to strings, but the syntax is more like C-style structures. Here are some examples of using data structures in Octave.

This feature should be considered experimental, but you should expect it to work. Suggestions for ways to improve it are welcome.


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