Creating string variables, MATLAB in Mathematics

Creating string Variables:

The string consists of a few numbers of characters (including, possibly, none). These are the illustrations of the strings:

''

'x'

'cat'

'Hello there'

'123'

The substring is a subset or section of a string. For illustration, 'there' is a substring within the string 'Hello there'.

 

 

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