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How do I turn multi-digit value to a multi-elemented vector/string/matrix?

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alex on 18 Oct 2015
Closed: MATLAB Answer Bot on 20 Aug 2021
To elaborate, say, the value is value=112.
I want it to give me s=2 when I command s=value(end). Using plain number-to-vector commands make 112 remain as a single element, a 1x1 matrix. I want it to be a 3x1 matrix.
I use MATLAB R2014b.
Stephen23 on 18 Oct 2015
Neither int2str nor num2str "make 112 remain as a single element, a 1x1 matrix": in fact given your trial value they both create a 1x3 string:
>> size(num2str(112))
ans =
1 3
>> size(int2str(112))
ans =
1 3
Can you please show how you were using them and managed to create a 1x1 matrix.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 18 Oct 2015
mod(value, 10)


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