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Can someone help me write this syntax in matlab?

lovepiano25lovepiano25 Posts: 2Member
xi = zeros(1024*655,2)
counter= 1
for y = 1:1:655
for x = 1:1:1024
xi[counter,1] = x
xi[counter,2] = y
counter= counter+1
end
end

I am trying to interpolate points on the image and I am having trouble with the syntax out of the above syntax these two are incorrect in matlab: xi[counter,1] = y; xi[counter,2] = y.

I want matlab to recalculate at a different point thats why I am using the for loop and counter syntax.

how can i correct it? can someone please help me with it?
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