tf = strcmp(s1,s2) compares
strings s1 and s2 and returns
1 (true) if the two are identical. Otherwise, strcmp returns
0 (false). Strings are considered identical if the size and content
of each are the same. The return result, tf, is
of data type logical.

Inputs can be combinations of single strings, strings in scalar
cell arrays, character arrays, and cell arrays of strings.

There are three instances of equal strings between s1 and s2.
These are 'Time' at indices (1,1), 'when' at
indices(1,3), and 'you''re' at
indices (2,1).

Input strings, specified as a cell array of strings, or character
array with one or more rows. The order of the inputs does not affect
the comparison results.

If both s1,s2 are nonscalar cell
arrays, then s1,s2 must be the same size.

If both s1,s2 are character arrays,
then s1,s2 can have different numbers of rows.

When comparing a nonscalar cell array and a multirow
character array, the cell array must be a column vector with the same
number of rows as the character array.

True or false result, returned as a 1 or 0 of data type logical.

If both inputs are character arrays, tf is
a scalar.

If at least one input is a cell array of strings, tf is
an array the same size as the cell array.

If s1 and s2 are
a string in a scalar cell and a character array with multiple rows,
then tf is an n-by-1 array,
where n is the number of rows in the character
array.