Why should I use the zeros function?

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MUNKHBOLOR BAIGALI
MUNKHBOLOR BAIGALI on 22 Oct 2020
Edited: Stephen23 on 22 Oct 2020
Hello, I don't understand. Why should I use the zeros function?
Eb=zeros(1,8640);
time1=zeros(1,8640);
diesel=zeros(1,8640);
Edump=zeros(1,8640);
Edch=zeros(1,8640);
Ech=zeros(1,8640);
In this case, I don't understand zeros(1,8640). please explain to me
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Stephan
Stephan on 22 Oct 2020
Edited: Stephan on 22 Oct 2020

Deeds
Deeds on 22 Oct 2020
Zeros(m,n) will create a matrix of dimensions m x n with all the elements as 0. This matrix along with the ones(m,n) is often used to pre-allocate a matrix so as to save memory and time of processing.
Read the full documentation here:
Hope that helps!

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