How can I merge two array's?

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Biza Ferreira
Biza Ferreira on 29 Oct 2015
Commented: Muthu Annamalai on 29 Oct 2015
I have two array and I want to merge in one . A =['test']; B= [1, 2, 3]; C= ['test', 1, 2, 3];

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Adam
Adam on 29 Oct 2015
{ A, B }
will merge them into a cell array as two distinct cells
[ A, num2cell( B ) ]
will give you a 4-element cell array with the elements of B each in their own cell.

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timo
timo on 29 Oct 2015
N1 = py.list({1,2,3})
N2=py.list({'Lists in python'})
N1.append(N2)
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Muthu Annamalai
Muthu Annamalai on 29 Oct 2015
IMO - bit of an over kill, even if functional.

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