Problem with "string scalar or character vector must have valid interpreter syntax"

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Hello saviors,
so, I'm trying to do a subplot title with an annotation 'textbox', and I need it to be latex the interpreter of the text, right?
This is how I'm trying to do it:
% Title
annotation('textbox', [0.23, 0.5, 0.5, 0.5], 'String',...
'This is my Title','EdgeColor','none','interpreter','latex',...
'FontWeight','bold', 'FontSize',14);
But then, matlab gives me a warning:
"Warning: Error updating TextBox.
String scalar or character vector must have valid interpreter syntax"
and the figure's title comes out with the default interpreter.
Any idea of what am I doing wrong, or how to solve this issue?
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Karthi Ramachandran
Karthi Ramachandran on 7 Feb 2020
I tried whatever u have added , Its working fine, also latex is not required because you are just using string , if you want italics
'\it{This is my Title}' will do the work . Adding a $ symbol with latex interpeter wont leave space between words , as that will be treated as a math variables

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