Inserting a double into the elements of a cell

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Cagas Akalin
Cagas Akalin on 15 Jan 2017
Commented: Cagas Akalin on 15 Jan 2017
Hi everyone,
I would like to ask for your opinions assocaiated with creating a cell in which each box includes 1x2 array such that is [1 2]. For this purpose, I tried a four-loop which is as follows.
for i = 1:11
for j = 1:11
for k = 1:11
for l = 1:11
b{i,j}(k,l)=[1 2];
end
end
end
end
As you guess, it gives the warning "Subscripted assignment dimension mismatch.". On the other hand, replacing [1 2] with 3 nearly yields to what I would like to create without any error.
for i = 1:11
for j = 1:11
for k = 1:11
for l = 1:11
b{i,j}(k,l)=3;
end
end
end
end
Is there any possibility to solve this problem?
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Cagas Akalin
Cagas Akalin on 15 Jan 2017
I will be a answer to my own question. Replacing (k,l) with {k,l} gives me what I want to obtain.

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