Displaying the cell arrays, MATLAB in Engineering

Displaying the cell arrays:

There are several techniques of displaying the cell arrays. The celldisp function shows all elements of the cell array:

 

>> celldisp(cellrowvec)

cellrowvec{1} =

  23

cellrowvec{2} =

a

cellrowvec{3} =

  1   3   5   7   9

cellrowvec{4} =

hello

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