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%% Miguel De Gracia. 19481379. Lab Assignment 3. Section 22.
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%% Problem 1
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MyCell = {'Cal' 'Golden' 'Bears'}
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%% Problem 1a
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t1= MyCell{2}%It returns the character that is inside the cell array element,
%Golden.
t2= MyCell(2)%Gives the element in the cell array, therefore the information is
%left as cell element.
t3= MyCell{2}(1)%Goes to the second cell element in the array, Golden, and gets
%the first element inside the cell component, G.
t4= MyCell{end}(end)%Goes to the last cell in the cell array, Bears, then finds
%and displays the last character, s.
t1 = MyCell(:)%Displays t1 as a column vector containing the information that
%is in the cell array, therefore the information is left as cell.
MyCell{:}%This command asks MATLAB to look in side the cell, providing three
%different answers, each of them being characters.
t1 = [MyCell(:)]%Displays t1 as a column vector containing the information that
%is in the cell array, therefore the information is left as cell.
t2 = {MyCell(:)'}%At first it returns a column vector that contains the
%information in each cell. We take the transpose and it now becomes a 1x3 row
%vector, then the resulting information is placed in a cell.
t3 = [MyCell{:}]%Displays a row vector because it looks inside each cell, and
%displays it as a char now.
t4 = {MyCell{:}}%Looks inside each element resulting in a 1x3 row vector but
%it is now char. Then we replace this information into a cell, so the resulting
%vector is a 1x3 cell.
t1 = MyCell(2:3)%Provides the last two cells of MyCell, since () were used it
%results as class cell.
[t2,t3] = MyCell{2:3}%Looks inside second and third cell of MyCell and assigns
%the answers to t2 and t3 as char since {} were used.
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%% Problem 1b
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v=[MyCell{1},' ', MyCell{2},' ', MyCell{3} ]
v
%% Problem 2
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A = {'Golden', {'Bears'}, [3,1;4,2]}
B = [{'Golden'}, {{'Bears'}}, {[3,1;4,2]}]
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN 7 taught by Professor Patzek during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.
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