Strcat and bracket and sym

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john
john on 20 Feb 2013
Hi,
code
UserData.matrix(1,1)=num2cell(sym(strcat('x','yz')))
is OK. But for code
UserData.matrix(1,1)=num2cell(sym(strcat('x','(','yz')))
I get error
Error using ==> sym.sym>convertExpression at 2547
Error: ')' expected [line 1, col 5].
Can you help me please?
Thanks

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Jan
Jan on 20 Feb 2013
The error message is clear: The closing parenthesis is missing:
strcat('x','(','yz')
% 'x(yz'
Perhaps you need:
strcat('x', '(', 'yz', ')')
But it would be simpler to omit the strcat are insert 'x(yz)' directly.
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john
john on 20 Feb 2013
I was thinking, that one char '(' is enough. Hmmmm. OK.
What happen if somebody will need something like that :-))) ?
But thanks a lot Jan

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