How to combine several cell arrays into one cell array?

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Susan
Susan on 8 Feb 2021
Commented: Susan on 8 Feb 2021
Hello every one,
I have 4 cell arrays as given below
H = 20*4*4 cell array
G = 40*8*4 cell array
Q = 20*4*8 cell array where Q(:,:, 1:4) are all zeros.
F = 40*8*8 cell array where F(:,:,1:4) are all zeros.
I want to put all these cells in one 40*8*8 cell arrays, called C, such that the
C(1:20, 1:4 ,1:4) = H
C(21:40, 5:8, 1:4) = G(21:40, 5:8, 1:4)
C(1:20, 1:4, 5:8) = Q(1:20, 1:4, 5:8)
C(21:40, 5:8, 5:8) = F(21:40, 5:8, 5:8)
Any idea how can I do that?Thanks in advance!
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Susan
Susan on 8 Feb 2021
Thanks for your response. Just wanted to make sure that it makes sense.

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