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How to concatenate strings and numbers with individual elements?

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I would like to concatenate the strings and numbers. If my input is Elements = {'H', 'N', 'Fe', 'Ni', 'Ti'} and Values = [1 1 0.3 0.5 0.2], I want the ouput of result = HNFe0.3Ni0.5Ti0.2. For the value '1', it should not assign anything.

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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 12 Jan 2021
Elements = {'H', 'N', 'Fe', 'Ni', 'Ti'}
Elements = 1x5 cell array
{'H'} {'N'} {'Fe'} {'Ni'} {'Ti'}
Values = [1 1 0.3 0.5 0.2];
Vs = string(Values);
Vs(Values == 1) = "";
strjoin(Elements + Vs, '')
ans = "HNFe0.3Ni0.5Ti0.2"

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BHARAT CHARAN GOUD MARUPALLI
Thank you so much Walter Roberson. Can you please suggest me how can I write the output in a statement form. For this I need the output as "The free energy of HNFe0.3Ni0.5Ti0.2 is 10KJ". The value '10' is assigned to the variable result (result = 10).
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 12 Jan 2021
"The free energy of " + strjoin(Elements + Vs, '') + " is" + result + "KJ"

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