why %c still skip the blank data??

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i have data in .dat file, in column 2 the data show as R- R+ and blank data (2 space). i use %c to chose the blank data, but %C still skip the blank data.
nb: i use matlab7 14

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per isakson
per isakson on 2 Jul 2012
Edited: per isakson on 3 Jul 2012
I assume this question concern the same data file as your previous question. This function reads a data file, which contains the four rows, which I have comment out below.
function cac = cssm
03:05:00 .000 065.501 01** 4864 0086 0074 +19 03:06:00 .000 065.501 01** 4862 0095 0074 +19 03:07:00 R- .026 065.501 01** 4862 0105 0074 +19 03:08:00 R- .180 065.504 01** 4864 0105 0074 +19
fid = fopen( 'cssm.txt', 'r' );
cac = textscan( fid, '%8c%2c%4f%7f%4c%4u%4u%4u+%2u' ...
, 'Delimiter', ' ', 'Whitespace', '' );
fclose( fid );
end
.
--- Cont. ---
I have (in the current directory):
  1. an m-file named, cssm.m, as shown above (function and file must have the same name). The Code Analyzer box at the top left of the editor pane is green.
  2. a data file named cssm.txt, which contains your four lines. The same four lines are shown as comments in the function
I do:
>> cac=cssm();
>> cac{1}
ans =
03:05:00
03:06:00
03:07:00
03:08:00
>> cac{2}
ans =
R-
R-
>> cac{9}
ans =
19
19
19
19
cac{2} contains four rows, the two first of which contains " ". However, Answer doesn't show blank lines.
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