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fprintf cell array?

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Richard
Richard on 23 Jan 2017
Answered: Ali Öztürk on 20 Jun 2021
Is there a more elegant way to do this, so you don't have to write every separate cell array index?
fprintf(fidw,[repmat('%s,',1,25) '%s\n'] ... ,sHeads{1},sHeads{2},sHeads{3},sHeads{4},sHeads{5},sHeads{6},sHeads{7},sHeads{8},sHeads{9},sHeads{10},sHeads{11},sHeads{12} ... ,sHeads{13},sHeads{14},sHeads{15}

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 23 Jan 2017
See if this does what you want:
cstr = {'The' 'quick' 'brown' 'fox'};
fprintf(1, '%s - ', cstr{:})
fprintf(1, '\n')
writes to the Command Window:
The - quick - brown - fox -
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Mbikayi Agostinho
Mbikayi Agostinho on 3 Jul 2017
Thank you! This helped me on my final project

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Ali Öztürk
Ali Öztürk on 20 Jun 2021
if you use both cell and matrix.
seven={'ali';'hilal'};
sevilen={'hilal';'ali'};
sevgisi=[100;0];
for i=1:size(seven,1)
fprintf('%s (n)in %s (y)e sevgisi %d\n',seven{i},sevilen{i},sevgisi(i));
end
writes to the Command Window:
ali (n)in hilal (y)e sevgisi 100
hilal (n)in ali (y)e sevgisi 0

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