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combine Arrays (IntArrays andStrArrays)

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Max Müller
Max Müller on 11 Jul 2014
Commented: Max Müller on 14 Jul 2014
hey Guys,
i wanted to combine 5 Arrays [1:41] to one Arrray of [5:41].
the code x =..... y1= .... y2= .... y3= .... y4= .... names = ....
A = [x;y1;y2;y3;y4;names]
Error: CAT arguments dimensions are not consistent. But all Arrays have a dim of 41. The only differnenz is: names is a String Array. What should i do now ?
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Sara
Sara on 11 Jul 2014
You can't concatenate arrays of different types. What about a cell array?

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Chris E.
Chris E. on 11 Jul 2014
If you have 5 arrays of the same size and about the same type (for example: all numbers) this should work, if your working with data of different data (strings numbers and other types) types then you need cell arrays:
a={'a','b','c'}
b={'1','2','3'}
c={'Tim','John','Sue'}
[a;b;c]
The question is not a lot to go off of, but I hope that helps!
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Max Müller
Max Müller on 14 Jul 2014
btw. awesome pic.........so cute

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