ABCs_cell_arrays - B = {};%fill in this line B % c)...

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function [A B C D E] = ABCs_cell_arrays(C, ca1, ca2) % ABCs of Cell Arrays % % This is a multi-part problem. Do each of the parts below. % % DO NOT CHANGE THE FUNCTION HEADER (the first line of code) % % a) Creating. Create a cell array with the length of 4 where the first % element is the number 42, the second element is a string 'CS rocks', the % third element is a vector [8 3 12 12 15] and the fourth element is a % logical vector [true true false true]. Store your result in a variable % named A. A = {42, 'CS rocks', [8 3 12 12 15], logical([1 1 0 1])};%fill in this line A % b) Empty Cell Arrays. Create an empty cell array. Store your result in a % variable named B.
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Unformatted text preview: B = {};%fill in this line B % c) Deleting. Write the code to delete the second cell of the cell array % stored in the variable C. For example, if C = {[true false], 'hi', 12}, % after running the code, C should equal {[true false], 12}. C(2) = ;%fill in this line C % d) Accessing. Create a new cell array of length 3 and named D that % contains the 2nd and 3rd and 5th elements of ca1, which is also a cell % array. D = {ca1{2}, ca1{3}, ca1{5}};%fill in this line D % e) Class/Type. What is the class/type of the second element in ca2? Store % your result in a variable named E. Use the class() function. E = class(ca2{2});%fill in this line...
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This note was uploaded on 10/22/2009 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Fall '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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