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output time problems

rolanda_hoochrolanda_hooch Posts: 2Member
I am new to Matlab and really struggling to get the time outputted into an ascii file in a sensible format. I have the following line in a FOR loop:

flux(j,1:2)=[data(j).ftime data(j).flux];

I want to output flux into an ascii file containing two columns. However, I first want to convert the ftime part from string time into something that resembles normal time. I have tried inserting the date2str function beforehand, but get errors saying that the array sizes don't match. I have managed to get the date2str function to work outside the loop, and Matlab will print the correct date format in the matlab window, but when I try and put it into an ascii it puts it in a strange format.

If anyone can offer any help I would be really grateful as I have been trying to do this for days!! Thanks!

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  • FauprogrammerFauprogrammer Posts: 3Member
    : I am new to Matlab and really struggling to get the time outputted
    : into an ascii file in a sensible format. I have the following line
    : in a FOR loop:
    :
    : flux(j,1:2)=[data(j).ftime data(j).flux];
    :
    : I want to output flux into an ascii file containing two columns.
    : However, I first want to convert the ftime part from string time
    : into something that resembles normal time. I have tried inserting
    : the date2str function beforehand, but get errors saying that the
    : array sizes don't match. I have managed to get the date2str function
    : to work outside the loop, and Matlab will print the correct date
    : format in the matlab window, but when I try and put it into an ascii
    : it puts it in a strange format.
    :
    : If anyone can offer any help I would be really grateful as I have
    : been trying to do this for days!! Thanks!
    :
    I just started Matlab too and i am in the same position as you lol.
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