How to convert fprintf from single row to multiple rows?

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Christoppe
Christoppe on 25 Jun 2022
Commented: Star Strider on 25 Jun 2022
Hi! I just started using Matlab a couple of days ago. How can I convert this single row into multiple rows?

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 25 Jun 2022
There is not enough of the code provided to know what the problem is (and images of code are never appropriate, since actual code that can be copied, pasted, and run is always preferable).
That code should be writing the results 1000 times, so whatever is causing it not to do so is likely ‘over the horizon’ and out of sight here.
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Star Strider
Star Strider on 25 Jun 2022
As always, my pleasure!
I found it somewhat surprising that the fprintf statement was the problem. I learned something from this.

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz on 25 Jun 2022
I assume you want to show each numeric value in a new line. To do that, add a new line control character where you want to insert a new line,
fprintf('%11.5f\n%11.5f\n%11.5f\n%11.5f\n%11.5f\n', rand(1,6))
0.50328 0.90133 0.47589 0.81838 0.27507 0.93488
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Christoppe
Christoppe on 25 Jun 2022
the problem are the answers after 5 iterations they appeared in a single row. what i wanted is like a multiple rows.....
1 x0 x1 answer answer Ea
2 x0 x1 answer answer Ea
3 x0 x1 answer answer Ea
4 x0 x1 answer answer Ea.
5 x0 x1 answer answer Ea

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