Asked by ZK
on 21 Jan 2013

Hi.

I have the following:

A<3x1 cell>

where cells are arranged in column:

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

I would like to fprintf content of nested cells with spaces before numbers and with 15 numbers in each row.

Whats more can it be an universal funtion, that could work even when number of cells would be different like:

A<6x1 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x15 cell>

.<1x13 cell>

Cells content random numbers in format x.xxx Thank You

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Answer by Jan Simon
on 21 Jan 2013

Edited by Jan Simon
on 21 Jan 2013

function PrintNestedCell(fid, C)

for iC = 1:numel(C) aC = C{iC}; if iscell(aC) PrintNestedCell(fid, aC); elseif ischar(aC) fprintf('%s', aC); elseif isnumeric(aC) fprintf('%g ', aC); else error('Class not handled: [%s]', class(aC)); end end

This is a general idea only. I leave adding spaces and other formatting ideas up to you.

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## Jan Simon (view profile)

Direct link to this comment:http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/59426#comment_124006

Please post valid Matlab syntax. Neither "A<3x1 cell>" not ".<1x15 cell>" is a standard notation. Using Matlab syntax would have the enormous advanatge, that it is clear, easy to read, the common language in this forum and that it can be used directly by copy&paste to test the suggestions.