Below is a demonstration of the features of the gcontains function
clear; close all; clc;
This function is an alternative to the MATLAB function contains, introduced in MATLAB R2016b. The function attempts to use MATLAB contains but uses custom implementation if contains is not found. See also: contains.
str = ["Mary Ann Jones","Christopher Matthew Burns","John Paul Smith"]; pattern = ["Ann","Paul"]; % TF = contains(str,pattern) TF = gcontains(str,pattern)
TF = 1×3 logical array 1 0 1
str = ["Anne","Elizabeth","Marianne","Tracy"]; pattern = "anne"; % TF = contains(str,pattern,'IgnoreCase',true) TF = gcontains(str,pattern,'IgnoreCase',true)
TF = 1×4 logical array 1 0 1 0
chr = 'peppers, onions, and mushrooms'; % TF = contains(chr,'onion') TF = gcontains(chr,'onion') % TF = contains(chr,'pineapples') TF = gcontains(chr,'pineapples')
TF = logical 1 TF = logical 0
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