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Convert several columns char matrix into one column char matrix

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Cláudia Oliveira
Cláudia Oliveira on 3 Jul 2020
I have a 200x12 matrix, with hours, minutes, seconds info. Each row has a time format like this: "13:35:43,050", but each column is composed of a single character of the time format ("1" in column 1; "3" in column 2; ":" in column 3, etc). I would like to end up with a 200x1 matrix, where all the column characters would appear in a single column, with no spaces. Can you help me, please? Thank you very much.


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Cláudia Oliveira
Cláudia Oliveira on 4 Jul 2020
I expect to obtain on every row the same time format "13:35:43,050" but with all the characters together in a single column and not separated into 12 columns. Thank you very much.
Cláudia Oliveira
Cláudia Oliveira on 6 Jul 2020
Thank you very much everyone for your help.
Stephen Cobeldick's suggestion worked well. Thanks a million!

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Sindar on 4 Jul 2020
>> tmp={'a' 'b' 'c' ; 'd' 'e' 'f'}
tmp = 2×3 cell
'a' 'b' 'c'
'd' 'e' 'f'
>> join(tmp,'')
ans = 2×1 cell


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