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# iscellstr

Determine if input is cell array of character vectors

## Syntax

tf = iscellstr(A)

## Description

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tf = iscellstr(A) returns logical 1 (true) if A is a cell array of character vectors (or an empty cell array), and logical 0 (false) otherwise. A cell array of character vectors is a cell array where every cell contains a character vector.

## Examples

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Create different arrays, and then determine if they are cell arrays of character vectors.

Test a cell array of character vectors.

C1 = {'Smith','Chung','Morales'; ...
C1 = 2x3 cell array
{'Smith'  }    {'Chung'   }    {'Morales'}
{'Sanchez'}    {'Peterson'}    {'Adams'  }

tf = iscellstr(C1)
tf = logical
1

Every cell of C1 contains a character vector, so iscellstr returns 1.

Convert C1 to a string array and test it.

str = string(C1)
str = 2x3 string array
"Smith"      "Chung"       "Morales"

tf = iscellstr(str)
tf = logical
0

str is a string array, not a cell array, so iscellstr returns 0.

Test a cell array that contains elements of different data types.

X = rand(1,3);
C2 = {'red','blue',X}
C2 = 1x3 cell array
{'red'}    {'blue'}    {1x3 double}

tf = iscellstr(C2)
tf = logical
0

C2 has a cell that does not contain a character vector, so iscellstr returns 0.

## Input Arguments

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Input array, specified as a scalar, vector, matrix, or multidimensional array. A can be any data type.