# Merge multiple cells into one cell array

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Morin De Jesus 2024년 4월 12일
편집: Chunru 2024년 4월 12일
I have a three different cell arrays for my DMS (degree, minute, second). I want to combine it into one cell into the DMS format (degree°minute'second"). The second(") data is a decimal number while degree and minutes are integers.
I have a data of like this:
Degrees (19x1) = 128
128 ......
Minutes (19x1) = 34
32....
Seconds (19x1)= 14.651
40.654
How can I combine this three cell arrays into a form such that:
128°34'14.651"
128°32'40.654"
this is what I want to be the result.

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Chunru 2024년 4월 12일
편집: Chunru 2024년 4월 12일
n = 3;
Degrees = randi([0 359], [n, 1])
Degrees = 3x1
146 169 193
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Minutes = randi([0 59], [n, 1])
Minutes = 3x1
27 55 47
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Seconds = rand([n, 1])*60
Seconds = 3x1
34.2840 39.6742 12.0341
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s = compose("%d%c%d%c%.4f%c", Degrees, char(176), Minutes, "'", Seconds, '"')
s = 3x1 string array
"146°27'34.2840"" "169°55'39.6742"" "193°47'12.0341""

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