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On 3/11/2014 1:12 AM, sudhakar wrote:

> Sry, I could not understand. Can you please say with the above example.
> The variable is 300*1 cell array.

What, specifically don't you understand?  The syntax {:,:}(1:anything) 
isn't supported in Matlab.  You can address a cell and sub-reference it 
as (1){1:1}, say.

To apply to multiple cells at a time see

doc cellfun  % maybe