# Delete Cells in Cell array in two loops....

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Ibrahs on 31 Jan 2022
Commented: Rik on 1 Feb 2022
Hi everyone,
I have the following code and want to delete the empty cells in the results:
tt1 = find(year(Time) == 2015 & month(Time) == 10);
tt2 = find(year(Time) == 2010 & month(Time) == 10);
tt3 = find(year(Time) == 2019 & month(Time) == 04);
JT = [ tt1; tt2; tt3 ];
H= [ 4, 8];
for h = H
for jt = JT'
PdfDat{h,jt+h}=strcat('T',num2str(year(Time(jt+h))), 'Q', num2str(ceil(month(Time(jt+h)) / 3)));
Pdfd{h,jt+h}=ResMatch_LU.PST(jt+h, :);
end
end
The results are the following in which I want to delete the [ ] such that the array will be presented in fucntion of 'h' and 'jt+h' :  I want also to delete [ ] in the cell "1x401 double" here in coulumns 52 and 56;
Could you please help me to do those changes? My Matlab version is R2015a.
Many thanks!

Ankit on 31 Jan 2022
You can use cellfun: Apply a function to each cell of a cell array
'isempty' -- true for cells containing an empty array, false otherwise
PdfDat_new = PdfDat(~cellfun('isempty',PdfDat));
Pdfd_new = Pdfd(~cellfun('isempty',Pdfd));
Rik on 1 Feb 2022
It would probably help if you replace this loop:
for h=H
with this loop:
for n_H=1:numel(H)
h=H(n);
...
PdfDat_new{n_H}=...

R2015a

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