Below is a demonstration of the features of the loremIpsum function


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This function creates the "lorem ipsum" test word set. It can be used as a simple text character set. The inputs include the number of words (numWords) requested and the output type (outputOpt) denoting wether the user requests a string or a cell.


Example 1: Requesting string output

numWords = 10
outputOpt = 'string'
numWords =


outputOpt =


S =

  10×11 char array

    'Lorem      '
    'ipsum      '
    'dolor      '
    'sit        '
    'amet,      '
    'adipiscing '
    'elit,      '
    'sed        '
    'do         '

Example 2: Requesting cell output

numWords = 10
outputOpt = 'cell'
numWords =


outputOpt =


S =

  10×1 cell array

    {'Lorem'      }
    {'ipsum'      }
    {'dolor'      }
    {'sit'        }
    {'amet,'      }
    {'adipiscing' }
    {'elit,'      }
    {'sed'        }
    {'do'         }

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