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Cell Arrays - Video tip on Matlab



The cell array is a very powerful array (vector or matrix) type that is available in Matlab. Informally speaking, a cell array is a heterogenous array type, meaning that different elements in the array can contain variables of different types (including other cell arrays).


Description:
a = cell(n) creates an n-by-n cell array of empty matrices. An error message appears if n is not a scalar.

a = cell(m, n) or a = cell([m, n]) creates an m-by-n cell array of empty matrices. Arguments m and n must be scalars.

Some built-in functions related to this type of arrays:
INTERSECT, ISMEMBER, SETDIFF, SETXOR, UNION, UNIQUE.

   
   
 
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