Display char matrix vertically

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Mohit Garg on 18 Oct 2019
Answered: Andrei Bobrov on 18 Oct 2019
This question was flagged by Andrei Bobrov
I have 2 matrixes, one numeric (volt) and one char (c)
a=find(volt>=0 & volt<=10);
p=find(volt>10 & volt<=20);
g=find(volt>20 & volt<=30);
o=find(volt>30 & volt<=40);
u=find(volt>40 | volt<0);
c=zeros(1,length(volt));
c(a)='A';
c(p)='P';
c(g)='G';
c(o)='O';
c(u)='U';
volt = [18 33 31 34 15 37 10.5 48 50 38 35 39 42 33 31 1 5 9 13 11 27 35 -1 46 22 6 19 36];
How do I display the two matrices identical to the following:
18.0 P
33.0 O
31.0 O
34.0 O
15.0 P
37.0 O
10.5 P
48.0 U
50.0 U
38.0 O
...

Daniel M on 18 Oct 2019
Display where - the workspace, written to a file?
Mohit Garg on 18 Oct 2019
Just print it in the command window using fprintf or disp

Andrei Bobrov on 18 Oct 2019
volt = [18 33 31 34 15 37 10.5 48 50 38 35 39 42 33 31 1 5 9 13 11 27 35 -1 46 22 6 19 36];
edges = -40:10:0;
[~,~,j] = histcounts(-volt,edges);
ss = flip({'u','a','p','g','o','u'}');
sj = ss(j+1);
for i1 = 1:numel(volt)
fprintf('%6.1f %s\n',volt(i1),sj{i1});
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