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How to read cell range from one cell in file

Asked by Diana on 6 May 2013

Hi all

I want to read cell range from a file. Each cell of this file contains a different cell range. For example raw is the file and raw(2,3) = 3:4, 6:10

So I want X(raw{2,3}) which is the same as X(3:4,6:10) but when I run it they are not the same. Each one gives different result. Any idea how I can fix it?

2 Comments

Iman Ansari on 6 May 2013
X(raw{2,3})====X([3 4 6 7 8 9 10])
X(3:4,6:10)====X([3,4],[6 7 8 9 10])
Diana on 6 May 2013

Can you explains to me why raw{2,3} = 3:4,6:10 but X(raw{2,3}==X([3 4 6 7 8 9 10]) ?

Diana

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2 Answers

Answer by Andrei Bobrov on 6 May 2013
raw(2,3) = {3:4, 6:10};

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Diana on 6 May 2013

X(raw{2,3}) is not giving the same result as X(3:4, 6:10).

Andrei Bobrov on 6 May 2013
raw = cell(3);
raw{2,3} = {3:4,6:10};
X = randi(18,10); eg
X(raw{2,3}{:})
Diana on 13 May 2013

Using this show an error: Cell contents reference from a non-cell array object.

The cell i AM TRYING TO EXPORT CONTAINS CHARACTERS LIKE '3:6, 7:8'

Any idea how I could fix it?

Andrei Bobrov
Answer by Yao Li on 13 May 2013

Try

raw{2,3}={3:4,6:10};
x=rand(10,10);
x(3:4,6:10)
x(raw{2,3}{1,1},raw{2,3}{1,2})

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Diana on 17 May 2013

Now it is returning:Cell contents reference from a non-cell array object.

Yao Li

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