how to make a row all zeros in a matrix based on the two random number generated???

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I have 6 matrices namely A,B,C D,E,F and all matrix are of 6*3 order. A is node 1, B -node 2,C-node 3,....F-node6.
Now i have selected two random numbers from 1 to 6. Lets say the outcome is 2 and 6.(it should change for every run)
Now i have to consider node 2 and node 6 i.e B matrix and F matrix. and have to make row 2 of B matrix all zeros and row 6 of F matrix all zeros.
This making of matrix row zeros need to be changed for every run?
How to do this?? please anyone help me in giving some hints.
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Chunru
Chunru il 27 Lug 2021
Modificato: Chunru il 27 Lug 2021
You can arrange A..F into a 3D matrix.
X = randn(6,3, 6);
idx = randperm(6, 2)
idx = 1×2
3 2
for i=1:length(idx)
X(idx(i), :, idx(i)) = 0;
end
X
X =
X(:,:,1) = 0.9829 -0.1786 1.7468 -0.6220 1.4833 0.5872 -0.2820 -0.3638 0.4954 -0.2160 -2.0395 0.6518 0.1525 -0.3734 0.3612 0.7840 -1.6324 -1.8073 X(:,:,2) = -0.5503 -0.5640 0.0966 0 0 0 0.6500 0.4219 0.9918 0.1616 -1.2136 0.7539 -0.3933 0.7912 0.2208 -0.8855 -1.1329 0.4307 X(:,:,3) = 1.2550 0.9819 -0.4042 1.9447 -0.6273 1.8801 0 0 0 -0.0131 -1.8323 1.9285 0.4190 0.2447 0.7425 1.7066 0.0884 -1.0616 X(:,:,4) = 0.1916 -0.7261 0.2208 -0.0329 0.1441 -3.6266 0.3964 0.9971 -1.4898 -1.4636 -1.0939 -0.9044 0.0458 0.0027 0.4354 1.5481 0.5562 -0.7116 X(:,:,5) = 0.4583 1.4250 -0.1841 1.5220 0.0359 -0.6834 -1.9340 0.0564 -1.3511 0.9395 -0.9484 -0.6058 -0.5138 -0.6197 -0.2760 -0.7884 -0.7876 1.5975 X(:,:,6) = -1.2872 -0.3733 -0.0480 0.3810 -1.6373 -0.4153 -1.9955 -0.7583 0.0861 -0.7313 -0.4219 0.7949 0.1781 -0.7183 0.9187 -0.2393 0.0841 -0.8581
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chan
chan il 28 Lug 2021
Thank you. I need this code only
for i=1:length(idx)
X(idx(i), :, idx(i)) = 0;
end
It helps me in getting my desire result.

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