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A: I could not see a way that an integer array could be used to represent a word, so I have a separate cell array to hold the ASCII codes, a three dimensional matrix (contains all the corresponding values) and a couple of functions to convert a cell array into a matrix and vice versa. To create a matrix using a cell array, the cell array has to be defined as the following: c = {'ASCII'}; m = cell(1,length(c)); for i = 1:length(c) m{i} = c{i}; end Then, you can convert this to a matrix: m = cell2mat(c); This can be used to convert the character array to a matrix: To put these together, I have added a function that takes a cell array as input and returns a 3D matrix. function newMatrix(c) [a,b,c] = size(c); newMatrix = cell2mat(c); if(a*b*c ~= 0) newMatrix = cell2mat(cellfun(@(x) reshape(x,a,b,c),c, 'UniformOutput',0)); else m = newMatrix; This is the version where I added the cell array definition for characters and a builtin function called ASCIIArray that returns the cell array of characters corresponding to the ASCII values: new = ASCIIArray; function new = ASCIIArray(c) [a,b,c] = size(c); new = cell(a,b,c); for i = 1:length(c) new{i} = c{i}; end You can use this function to convert any matrix to a cell array: m = [0,1,2; 3,4,5; 6,7,8; 9,10,11]; m = ASCIIArray(m);

 

 


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