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How can I get arguments in my MATLAB batch script to use a series of files with different character strings?

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I'm fairly new to MATLAB, so apologies if this is unclear or poorly-worded.
I have some files I want to use in a batch script, but the files currently have different names across different folders - is it possible to use these files as they are and get my script to read them? The file will be run using a bash script, and the script uses/operates in SPM12.
The files have this same general format across all the folders, but different character strings after 202:
They also have same general paths, all located in:
The current arguments are formatted like this:
{['/location/' subject '/physio/' subject '_PULS.log']};
The 'subject' argument pulls information from a text file nominated when running the script in bash.
Would replacing the second 'subject' with something like 'Physio_202*_PULS.log' work?
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Stephen23 el 18 de Mzo. de 2024
Editada: Stephen23 el 18 de Mzo. de 2024
S = dir('/location/*/physio/*_PULS.log');
for k = 1:numel(S)
F = fullfile(S(k).folder,S(k).name);
T = readtable(F); % or READCELL, READMATRIX, etc
% do whatever with your imported data

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