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How to append a new element to a cell object A?

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>>A={'a';'b'};
I want to append a new element,say 'c', to A, how could I do?
I would appreciate if you could help me.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 8 Jun 2015
A{end+1} = c;
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Christopher Davis
Christopher Davis on 10 Jan 2021
That's really helpful, not sure if it's proper terminology but I've heard this refered to as prepend
Pedro Miranda Pinheiro
Pedro Miranda Pinheiro on 14 Sep 2021
Thank you, @Walter Roberson! @Christopher Davis, prepend is used for insertion of an element in the begining of a data structure. Append is the one used for end insertion as mentioned above.

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geofo
geofo on 3 Dec 2021
>> A=[A;'c'];

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