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Using the mouse coordinates to index a matrix
I would like to "write" on to a matrix using the mouse. That is, I would like to use the integer value of Locator coordinates (p) to index a matrix. Then, if the mouse button is down, write a 1 in ...
Apr 2 '13 at 23:50
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