How to merge cell arrays with different dimensions?

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Ivan Mich
Ivan Mich on 2 Feb 2022
Commented: Ivan Mich on 3 Feb 2022
I have two cell arrays. The first one (A) has 1x14 cells, and the second (B) has 1x7 cells. I would like to create an array (or a table) that would consists of two arrays in vertical merging. The commands e.g. table(A,B) etc. shows me error about the dimensions of each one.
Could you please help me ?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 2 Feb 2022
T = table(A{:});
temp = cell(1, length(A));
temp(1:length(B)) = B;
T = [T; temp];
Note that using [] between a table and a cell array has the effect of inserting the content of the cell array as additional rows in the table.
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Ivan Mich
Ivan Mich on 3 Feb 2022
let me explain, I mean I would like to have one output file with:
  • the first line of A (1x14)
  • the second line of B (1x7)
  • the third line of data (19x3)
These three bulltes must be merged vertically, in the order I mentioned above, in the final aoutput file.
could you please help me to make it?

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