write from cell aray to txt file

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Andrea Somma
Andrea Somma on 8 May 2022
Edited: dpb on 8 May 2022
I have a cell array like this:
I want to write it line by line into a txt file (so I can chose which line to write whith an if), I also have to put a whitespace between every cell like this:
the number of whitespaces beetween each cell doesn' t make any difference, I can' t figure out how to write it (the cell array is pretty large so an optimized solution would be handy)
thank you for the support in advance
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Andrea Somma
Andrea Somma on 8 May 2022
I guess with a fprintf loop? But I dont know how to manage spaces in an optimized way

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dpb
dpb on 8 May 2022
fprintf example <<Tabular text file> illustrates a fixed-width text file...if that's the intent use the width parameter on the '%s' and other format strings as you desire.
If the point is to just write a delimited file, then cellwrite is the simplest route -- if you don't want all rows, then create a logical addressing vector of those that are to be written and use it to only select the rows wanted when pass the array.
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dpb
dpb on 8 May 2022
See <not, ~> Read up on "logical indexing"

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