# How i can input values from user in array

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Usman Altaf on 22 Sep 2015
Answered: Walter Roberson on 1 Oct 2022
a=input('Enter no ')
Aranxa Zepeda Herrera on 23 Aug 2020
do you know how now?

Thorsten on 22 Sep 2015
>> x = input('Please enter Matlab matrix> ')
Please enter Matlab matrix> [2 3 4; 5 6 7]
x =
2 3 4
5 6 7
Usman Altaf on 22 Sep 2015
I mean user does not know how to write matrix. program should be able to take values in matrix

Chidinma Emmanuel-Okereke on 27 Feb 2020
y = input('Enter numbers in brackets, in the form [x,x,x,x,x,x]:');
Saksham C on 15 Jun 2021
Remove the commas, give input without it. Eg. [x x x x]

Pankaj Maurya on 19 Dec 2021
array=input('Inter the array value')

Kai on 30 Sep 2022
Edited: Kai on 30 Sep 2022
%I havent seen a good answer for this question, so I figured I'd give it a
%shot, this is what I came up with, Kai
%Goal, input user values into an array, Works exact same for matrix just
%that only put in 1 row or 1 columnn and you have an array
%because of broadness of question, lets make a matrix of our own
sizeRow = input('How many rows of a matrix do you want: ');
sizeColumnn = input('How many columns of a matrix do you want: ');
matrix = [];
%for each row, for each column, lets add the user value to __ matrix
for i = 1:sizeColumnn
for j = 1:sizeRow
matrix(j,i) = input(['Enter values for columnn ' num2str(i) ' : ']);
end
end
%Lets see what our matrix is now
matrix

Walter Roberson on 1 Oct 2022
consider an editable uitable().

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