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How can I read all text files in a folder without making a struct?

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Using the function x = dir ('*.txt') gives a struct (1x127)
I want to read my 127 text files (matrices) in individually, not in a struct, how can I do it?
Alternatively how can I extract the 127 matrices from a struct?
Thank you in advance for any help

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson am 18 Jun. 2015
x = dir ('*.txt') does return a struct but it is a struct of information about the files, not a struct of the data. It basically tells you want the names of the files are (and sizes and last modified and things like that.) You still need to do the loading.
For example,
dinfo = dir('*.txt');
for K = 1 : length(dinfo)
thisfilename = dinfo(K).name; %just the name
thisdata = load(thisfilename); %load just this file
fprintf( 'File #%d, "%s", maximum value was: %g\n', K, thisfilename, max(thisdata(:)) ); %do something with the data
end
If you already know the names then you don't need to use dir() to tell them to you. For example,
for K = 1 : 42
thisfilename = sprintf('qwerty_%04d.txt', K);
thisdata = load(thisfilename); %load just this file
fprintf( 'File #%d, "%s", maximum value was: %g\n', K, thisfilename, max(thisdata(:)) ); %do something with the data
end
to load qwerty_0001.txt, qwerty_0002.txt ... qwerty_0042.txt
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Alex castilla
Alex castilla am 16 Apr. 2018
Bearbeitet: Alex castilla am 16 Apr. 2018
In the "thisfilename " what is the "name"?
Alex castilla
Alex castilla am 16 Apr. 2018
ok. I understood this is the file's name.

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