write an array of 8 bit binary to text file?

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Hello again,
second question from me today, albeit not quite as complex as the previous.
I have created an array of 8 bit binary groups in the format: '195 x 8 char array'
My intention is to output these to a file, so a second remote user can import them in the same format. Currently, using the formatting operators, I am unable to do so. The closest I have come to achieving my goal is a single concananated string.
I want to write the 8 bit binary groups to a file called 'ENCODE OUTPUT', the binary groups are arranged vertically as follows:
and so on...
My code is as follows:
fid =fopen('ENCODE OUTPUT.txt', 'wt' );
fprintf(fid, '%s,8\n', binX);
binX is the variable that contains the entire binary data.
Please accept my apologies if my terminology is off, and thank you for any assistance you can offer.

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Scott MacKenzie
Scott MacKenzie on 26 Jun 2021
You don't need fopen, fprintf, or fclose. A simple script like this will do the trick:
binX = ['00101111'; '00101111'; '01110010'];
writematrix(binX, 'yourfile.txt');
Scott MacKenzie
Scott MacKenzie on 26 Jun 2021
You're welcome. Glad to help. Good luck.

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