Display char matrix vertically

Mohit Garg (view profile)

on 18 Oct 2019
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Andrei Bobrov (view profile)

on 18 Oct 2019
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I have 2 matrixes, one numeric (volt) and one char (c)
a=find(volt>=0 & volt<=10);
p=find(volt>10 & volt<=20);
g=find(volt>20 & volt<=30);
o=find(volt>30 & volt<=40);
u=find(volt>40 | volt<0);
c=zeros(1,length(volt));
c(a)='A';
c(p)='P';
c(g)='G';
c(o)='O';
c(u)='U';
volt = [18 33 31 34 15 37 10.5 48 50 38 35 39 42 33 31 1 5 9 13 11 27 35 -1 46 22 6 19 36];
How do I display the two matrices identical to the following:
18.0 P
33.0 O
31.0 O
34.0 O
15.0 P
37.0 O
10.5 P
48.0 U
50.0 U
38.0 O
...

Daniel M

Daniel M (view profile)

on 18 Oct 2019
Display where - the workspace, written to a file?
Mohit Garg

Mohit Garg (view profile)

on 18 Oct 2019
Just print it in the command window using fprintf or disp

R2019a

Andrei Bobrov (view profile)

on 18 Oct 2019

volt = [18 33 31 34 15 37 10.5 48 50 38 35 39 42 33 31 1 5 9 13 11 27 35 -1 46 22 6 19 36];
edges = -40:10:0;
[~,~,j] = histcounts(-volt,edges);
ss = flip({'u','a','p','g','o','u'}');
sj = ss(j+1);
for i1 = 1:numel(volt)
fprintf('%6.1f %s\n',volt(i1),sj{i1});
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