Assign elements in multidimensional struct to 2D array

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I have a 1xN multidimenstional struct, where each entry contains data of size 1xM.
for ii=1:5, C(ii).pts = rand(1,3); end
I would like an elegant way to get an NxM array as a concatinated output of the struct. Is this possible?
% Returns of size 1xMN
[C.pts]
% Will not run but get something like this of size NxM
[c.pts']
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https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/7155-elegant-way-to-extract-part-of-a-structure-as-an-array
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Collin
Collin on 14 Sep 2022
This was exactly what I was looking for, thank you

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James Tursa
James Tursa on 14 Sep 2022
Edited: James Tursa on 14 Sep 2022
You can use the vercat( ) function to force the comma-separated-list generated by C.pts to stack vertically:
for ii=1:5, C(ii).pts = rand(1,3); end
vertcat(C.pts)
ans = 5×3
0.5913 0.0767 0.8684 0.9742 0.6071 0.1215 0.7279 0.3782 0.8562 0.0783 0.6597 0.9261 0.9670 0.2707 0.2494

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