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Help on creating an cell array

Asked by Steven on 28 Jul 2013

I am trying to create an cell array that will show names and ages of each person. I do not know how to begin with structuring this.

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Answer by Azzi Abdelmalek on 28 Jul 2013
Edited by Azzi Abdelmalek on 28 Jul 2013
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   A={'Name' 'Age';'Mick'  70;'Jhon' 80}

%or

header={'name' 'age'}
names={'Mick';'Jhon';'Ana'}
ages={70;80;20}
Yourcell=[header;[names ages]]

% Or you can also use a struct array

v=struct('name',{'Mick','Jhon','Ana'},'Age',{70 80 20})
% If you want to access to each element:
%first person 
v(1).name
v(1).Age
%second person
v(2).name
v(2).Age

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Steven on 28 Jul 2013

Thank you very much! Those examples were very helpful.

Azzi Abdelmalek

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