Strings, MATLAB Programming

Strings:

The MATLAB also handles strings that are a sequence of characters in single quotes. For illustration, using the double function on a string will represent the equivalent numerical value of all characters in the string:

>> double('abcd')

ans =

97  98  99  100

To shift the characters of a string up in the character encoding, an integer value can be added to the string. For illustration, the expression below will shift   by one:

>> char('abcd'+ 1)

ans =

bcde

 

 

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