# how to save the values of DelL(T)

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Viswajit Talluru on 25 Oct 2022
Commented: VBBV on 25 Oct 2022
Lo = 44.46
Do = 18.76
alpha = 0.0002178
for T = 36:1:180
DeltaL = Lo*alpha*(T-35)
DelL(T) = DeltaL
end
I need the T value going from 36 through 180 and store the values in array

Chunru on 25 Oct 2022
Lo = 44.46;
Do = 18.76;
alpha = 0.0002178 ;
T = 36:1:180;
DelL = Lo*alpha*(T-35);
whos
Name Size Bytes Class Attributes DelL 1x145 1160 double Do 1x1 8 double Lo 1x1 8 double T 1x145 1160 double alpha 1x1 8 double cmdout 1x33 66 char

VBBV on 25 Oct 2022
Lo = 44.46
Lo = 44.4600
Do = 18.76
Do = 18.7600
alpha = 0.0002178
alpha = 2.1780e-04
for T = 36:1:180
DeltaL = Lo*alpha*(T-35);
DelL(T) = DeltaL;
end
DelL(DelL == 0) = [] % use this to delete zeros in DelL matrix
DelL = 1×145
0.0097 0.0194 0.0291 0.0387 0.0484 0.0581 0.0678 0.0775 0.0872 0.0968 0.1065 0.1162 0.1259 0.1356 0.1453 0.1549 0.1646 0.1743 0.1840 0.1937 0.2034 0.2130 0.2227 0.2324 0.2421 0.2518 0.2615 0.2711 0.2808 0.2905
VBBV on 25 Oct 2022
Matlab creates vector of zeros preceding the array formed using for loop. In your case, it is DelL array
VBBV on 25 Oct 2022
Alternately, you can do it much simpler way without for loop as suggested by @Chunru.

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