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Unique values in array

returns
the same data as in `C`

= unique(`A`

)`A`

, but with no repetitions. `C`

is
in sorted order.

If

`A`

is a table or timetable, then`unique`

returns the unique rows in`A`

in sorted order. For timetables,`unique`

takes row times and row values into account when determining whether rows are unique, and sorts the output timetable`C`

by row times.

`[`

, `C`

,`ia`

,`ic`

]
= unique(`A`

,'legacy')`[`

, `C`

,`ia`

,`ic`

]
= unique(`A`

,'rows','legacy')`[`

,and `C`

,`ia`

,`ic`

]
= unique(`A`

,`occurrence`

,'legacy')`[`

preserve
the behavior of the `C`

,`ia`

,`ic`

]
= unique(`A`

,'rows',`occurrence`

,'legacy')`unique`

function from R2012b
and prior releases.

The `'legacy'`

option does not support categorical
arrays, datetime arrays, duration arrays, tables, or timetables.

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