matlab get row from matrix

To get a specific row from a matrix in MATLAB, you can use indexing. Here's an example:

% Create a sample matrix
matrix = [1 2 3; 4 5 6; 7 8 9];

% Get the second row of the matrix
row = matrix(2, :);

In this example, the matrix variable represents a 3x3 matrix. To get the second row of the matrix, we use the indexing syntax matrix(2, :). The 2 represents the row index, and the : represents all columns. The resulting row variable will contain the values [4 5 6], which is the second row of the matrix.

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