# Could anyone help me how to group into 4 sets.

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jaah navi on 20 Sep 2019
Edited: Stephen Cobeldick on 22 Sep 2019
I ma having a matrix
A=[2 3 1 4 5 6]
i used the command
NN = num2cell(num2cell(A),2)
,which gives the following result
{2} {3} {1} {4} {5} {6}
If i use the command
NN= num2cell(num2cell(A,2),2)
it gives the following result
{1 2 3 4 5 6}
Could anyone help me how to get the result in the following manner
{2 3} {1 4 5} {6}

#### 1 Comment

darova on 20 Sep 2019
What if criterion of grouping?
Why
{2 3} {1 4 5} {6}
And not
{2 3} {1 4 5 6}

Raj on 20 Sep 2019
Use this:
NN = mat2cell(A,[1],[2,3,1])

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madhan ravi on 22 Sep 2019
Raj seemed to have answered our original question. What is your desired result? Didn’t you figure it out of how to use mat2cell() still (after 10 questions)?
Stephen Cobeldick on 22 Sep 2019
jaah navi: you have been using MATLAB for more than two years.
During that time you have asked us every ten minutes to solve basic problems for you, most of which you could solve yourself by reading the documentation.
Rarely do you make any attempt to understand what an error message is telling you.
Rather than relying on us to write your very basic code for you, perhaps you should start reading documentation, trying examples, looking at FEX submissions, debugging, and doing it yourself. Note that this is in your interest because you would actually make progress much faster than you are now.
Your current approach to writing code (relying on other people to write every step of your algorithm and relying on other people debugging every tiny error message) is, in the long term, not efficient.
darova on 22 Sep 2019
+1