A cell array is a data type with indexed data containers called cells. Each cell can contain any type of data. Cell arrays commonly contain pieces of text, combinations of text and numbers from spreadsheets or text files, or numeric arrays of different sizes.
There are two ways to refer to the elements of a cell array. Enclose indices in smooth
(), to refer to sets of cells — for example, to
define a subset of the array. Enclose indices in curly braces,
refer to the text, numbers, or other data within individual cells.
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