How to store value of rand() function in a file?

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Twinkle katiyar
Twinkle katiyar on 7 Jan 2015
Answered: Sean de Wolski on 7 Jan 2015
I want to store the value of rand()(this function generate a number of value randomly) function in a file. Can anyone help please??

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Amit
Amit on 7 Jan 2015
You can use fprintf - very nicely explained here with examples - http://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/ref/fprintf.html

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Chad Greene
Chad Greene on 7 Jan 2015
x = rand(5,1);
save example.mat 'x'
is simple and can be easily recalled with
load example
Alternatively, you may look into controlling random number generation with rng. By controlling the seed number you can consistently get the same "random" numbers every time you call rand.

Sean de Wolski
Sean de Wolski on 7 Jan 2015
Or:
matlab.io.saveVariablesToScript
If you want a runnable script.

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