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How to convert a 1x1 cell to a string?

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How to convert a 1x1 cell like {'line'} to a character vector like 'line', or a string like "line" please. thx

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Azzi Abdelmalek
Azzi Abdelmalek il 1 Feb 2015
Modificato: MathWorks Support Team il 3 Set 2020
To convert a cell array of character vectors to a character array, use the “char” function.
A = {'line'}
B = char(A)
To extract the contents from a cell, index using curly braces.
A = {'line'}
B = A{1}
Starting in R2016b, you can store text in string arrays. To convert a cell array to a string array, use the “string” function.
A = {'line'}
B = string(A)
For more information, please refer to the MathWorks documentation on Cell Arrays of Character Vectors and Text in String and Charater Arrays.
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Junho Kweon
Junho Kweon il 25 Apr 2019
That's a piece of cake. Thanks a lot!

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Image Analyst
Image Analyst il 1 Feb 2015
Azzi showed you how to extract the string from a cell. Another way is to convert the cell with char():
ca={'line'} % This is our cell array.
str = char(ca) % Convert it to a character array (string).
Net, both give the same result, just different ways of getting there. If your cell array is only a single solitary cell, then you should not even use a cell in the first place - use a string.

Morteza Darvish Morshedi
Morteza Darvish Morshedi il 14 Giu 2019
Even if you have more than 1 string in our cell array, an easy way can be:
S = {'Hello',' ','world'}
ss = [S{:}]
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Image Analyst
Image Analyst il 15 Feb 2021
Just a point of clarification. ss is a character array while str is a string. A few versions ago, MATLAB made these different types of variables, though in common speech, people call either one "strings".

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