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# cellstr

converts strings vector (or strings matrix) into a cell array of strings

### Syntax

c=cellstr(s)

### Arguments

- s
strings vector, or strings matrix

### Description

returns a cell array of strings

If

`s`

is a row vector of strings then`cellstr(s)`

returns a one-by-one cell array which contains one component (the concatenation of all column components of`s`

.If

`s`

is a column vector of strings then`cellstr(s)`

converts`s`

into a cell array of strings which have the same size :`size(s,1)`

-by-one.If

`s`

is a matrix of strings then for each row`i`

of`s`

,`cellstr(s)`

concatenates all the components of the`i`

th rows of the matrix`s`

(i.e`s(i,1)`

,`s(i,2)`

,`s(i,3)`

,...) and returns a`size(s,1)`

-by-one cell array of strings.

### Examples

cellstr("foo") cellstr(["sci","lab"]) cellstr(["abc","def",'gh';"i","j","klm"])

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