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Can you use the whos command to identify classes

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Anthony Koning
Anthony Koning el 4 de Oct. de 2022
Comentada: Image Analyst el 5 de Oct. de 2022
As the title says, I'm wondering if the whos command (or an equivilent) could be used to get the range and storage requirements on a class in Matlab. For example, the 'double' class ranges from -10^308 to 10^308 amd needs 8 bytes of storage. How would I get these specs for, say, int8? Lookng on the wiki https://www.mathworks.com/help/matlab/matlab_prog/fundamental-matlab-classes.html does not give this information, so can it be obtained with a script? Thanks

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson el 5 de Oct. de 2022
numeric_classes = {'int8', 'uint8', 'int16', 'uint16', 'int32', 'uint32', 'int64', 'uint64', 'single', 'double'};
num_classes = length(numeric_classes);
T = table('size', [num_classes, 4], 'VariableNames', {'Class', 'bytes', 'min', 'max'}, ...
'VariableTypes', ["categorical", "double", "categorical", "categorical"]);
numeric_classes_cats = categorical(numeric_classes);
for K = 1 : num_classes
class_name = numeric_classes{K};
class_cat = numeric_classes_cats(K);
sample_variable = zeros(1, 1, class_name);
class_info = whos('sample_variable');
class_bytes = class_info.bytes;
class_bytes_str = string(class_bytes);
if isfloat(sample_variable)
class_max = realmax(class_name);
class_min = -class_max;
class_min_str = categorical(compose("%.16g", class_min));
class_max_str = categorical(compose("%.16g", class_max));
else
class_min = intmin(class_name);
class_max = intmax(class_name);
class_min_str = categorical(class_min);
class_max_str = categorical(class_max);
end
T(K, :) = {class_name, class_bytes_str, class_min_str, class_max_str};
end
T
T = 10×4 table
Class bytes min max ______ _____ _______________________ ______________________ int8 1 -128 127 uint8 1 0 255 int16 2 -32768 32767 uint16 2 0 65535 int32 4 -2147483648 2147483647 uint32 4 0 4294967295 int64 8 -9223372036854775808 9223372036854775807 uint64 8 0 18446744073709551615 single 4 -3.402823466385289e+38 3.402823466385289e+38 double 8 -1.797693134862316e+308 1.797693134862316e+308

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst el 4 de Oct. de 2022
Try this:
a=uint8([1,2,3]);
dbl = 123.456;
str = 'abc';
s = whos
s = 4×1 struct array with fields:
name size bytes class global sparse complex nesting persistent
t = struct2table(s)
t = 4×9 table
name size bytes class global sparse complex nesting persistent __________ _______ _____ __________ ______ ______ _______ __________ __________ {'a' } 1 3 3 {'uint8' } false false false 1×1 struct false {'cmdout'} 1 33 66 {'char' } false false false 1×1 struct false {'dbl' } 1 1 8 {'double'} false false false 1×1 struct false {'str' } 1 3 6 {'char' } false false false 1×1 struct false
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst el 5 de Oct. de 2022
Did you mean a class definition or an instance of a class. Of course a class definition is just a definition of a framework that could contain variables (properties). So you can't get a size of that. However an instance of a class is a variable and you can get the size it uses up with the whos command like I showed.
Image Analyst
Image Analyst el 5 de Oct. de 2022
OK I see what you want now, now that I see Walter's answer which you accepted. Of course Walter has the advantage of having the Mind Reading Toolbox, which I don't have yet.
You wanted the range of built-in classes like uint8, double, etc. I thought you wanted classes like classes you made yourself with the classdef command (like my attached Excel utility class), or instances of those classes (actual variables you instantiated as being an instance of the class) or instances of built-in class variables.

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord el 5 de Oct. de 2022
For the integer types see this documentation page.

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