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Jos
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Re: How to merge two structures?
Posted:
May 23, 2008 5:36 AM


"Bjorn Gustavsson" <bjonr@irf.se> wrote in message <g160fs$956$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > "Dimitri Shvorob" <not.dimitri.shvorob@gmail.com> wrote in > message <g15vpb$63q$1@fred.mathworks.com>... > > .. i.e. if I have structure x > > x.a > > x.b > > > > and structure y > > y.c > > y.d > > > > how can I get structure z > > z.a > > z.b > > z.c > > z.d > > > > ? If there's no easy way to do that, maybe someone could > > code it up and post on FEX? If the code could not handle > > arrays of structures or require no common fields in x and > > y, that would be fine. > > > Dimitri, there is already such a utility: > > http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/loadFile.do?objectId=7842&objectType=file > > If it handles arrays of structs, but I've used it without > problems for my pedestrian use of merging two structs. > > HTH, > Bjeorn
Thanks Bjeorn, for pointing out my CATSTRUCT function. Dmitri, I hope you find this function useful.
At present CATSTRUCT cannot handle arrays of structures. So,
x(1).a = 1 ; x(2).a = 2 ; y(1).b = 10 ; y(2).b = 20 ; z = catstruct(x,y)
errors, although I can imaging that it might be useful to return the correct z. However, you can use a simplefor loop for this:
for i=1:2, z(i) = catstruct(x(i),y(i)) ; end
provided that the structure arrays x and y have the same number of elements.
hth Jos
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