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How to Horizontally concatenate the values of a matrices present inside a cell array using loops?

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I have a 1x8 Cell Array(A) with elements composed of the following dimension.
10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double 10x13x2 double
where,
A(:,:,1) = 10x13 matrix(130 values)
A(:,:,2) = Another 10x13 Matrix(130 values)
Now i want to horizontally concatenate A(:,:,1) and A(:,:,2) so that i get a total of 260 values by concatenating 2 matrices in each cell. i need to concatenate it like say A(:,:,1) is M and A(:,:2) is V. so i need to concatenate horizontally like [M1 V1]..[MN VN].
So, finally i have to get an value of a 1x8 cell array like the below
MxNX1 MxNX1 MxNX1 MxNX1 MxNX1 MxNX1 MxNx1 MxNX1
where MXN = 260(130 + 130 Values concatenated horizontally),
Kindly suggest how to do this, if it involves reshaping and loops kindly suggest me how to do this?

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