# concat strings matlab

To concatenate strings in MATLAB, you can use the `strcat`

function or the square bracket notation. Here's an example using both methods:

```
str1 = 'Hello';
str2 = 'World';
% Using strcat function
result1 = strcat(str1, str2);
% Using square bracket notation
result2 = [str1, str2];
```

In both cases, the variables `str1`

and `str2`

are concatenated to form the string `'HelloWorld'`

. You can assign the result to a new variable, as shown with `result1`

and `result2`

in the example above.

Please note that the `strcat`

function can concatenate multiple strings together, while the square bracket notation is used for concatenating only two strings.