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emptystr

zero length string

Calling Sequence

s = emptystr()
s = emptystr(a)
s = emptystr(m, n)

Arguments

a

a matrix of size m x n.

s

a matrix of character strings.

m, n

integers

Description

The emptystr function returns a matrix of zero length character strings.

With no input argument emptystr returns a zero length character string.

With a matrix a for input argument emptystr returns a zero length character strings matrix of the same size.

With two integer arguments emptystr returns a m x n zero length character strings matrix.

Examples

x=emptystr();
for k=1:10
    x = x + ',' + string(k)
    emptystr(1,k) + string(k)
end

See Also

  • part — extraction of strings
  • length — length of object
  • string — conversion to string
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