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Hello,
I need to concatenate cells to obtain new strings within a new cell array.
For example I have cells A and B
A={'hello', 'hi', 'goodbye'};
B={' how are you', ' see you later'};
and want to obtain
message =
2×1 cell array
{'hello how are you' }
{'goodbye see you later'}
I manage to do this using loops
index=[1 3];
for i=1:length(index)
message{i}=[A{index(i)} B{i}];
end
Is there a more efficient way to do this? I never manage to figure out how to avoid loops, this is a short example but in reality I have much bigger cells.
Thank you in advance

Accepted Answer

Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 28 Jan 2019
As long as you have two cell arrays with the same size, you can do this:
strcat(A(index),B)

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