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dmfwlansejr
dmfwlansejr on 13 Sep 2021
Commented: dmfwlansejr on 13 Sep 2021
X1=11;
X2=22;
u{1}=[X1,X2];
>> u{1}
ans =
11 22
How to index 'one' element(ex: '11' or '22')
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Stephen23
Stephen23 on 13 Sep 2021
@dmfwlansejr: Do you have a reason for storing a numeric vector inside a scalar cell array?

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Esen Ozbay
Esen Ozbay on 13 Sep 2021
Edited: Esen Ozbay on 13 Sep 2021
If you want, you can access X1 as
X1=11;
X2=22;
u{1}=[X1,X2];
u{1}(1) % this will yield ans = 11;
The above notation means:
Access the first element of the cell array u, which is [11 22]. Then, access the first element of the first element, which is 11.
However, if you want to keep X1 and X2 in separate elements of the cell array,
u{1} = X1;
u{2} = X2;
u{1} % this will yield ans = 11;
u{2} % this will yield ans = 22;

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Chunru
Chunru on 13 Sep 2021
X1=11;
X2=22;
u{1}=[X1,X2];
u{1}
ans = 1×2
11 22
% To access "one" element
u{1}(1)
ans = 11
u{1}(2)
ans = 22

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