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.