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How to save the 60 value in two columns as a csv file?

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Dhiyaa Al-Shammari
Dhiyaa Al-Shammari on 27 Jan 2020
Edited: Stephan on 27 Jan 2020
for example
Start_point end_point
545 7679
778 566
454 434
untile to 60 rows
saving this table above as a csv file format

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Dhiyaa Al-Shammari
Dhiyaa Al-Shammari on 27 Jan 2020
I have used it but save the last iteration from the table
like this code
for i=1 to 60
start_index=x(i);
end_index=y(i);
T= table(start_index,end_index);
end
writetable(T,'ndnd.csv');
it just save the last iteration in the file ndnd

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Stephan
Stephan on 27 Jan 2020
Edited: Stephan on 27 Jan 2020
Use writematrix for this beginning from R2019a. For earlier releases you can use csvwrite.
If x and y are of size 60x1 why not just use:
writematrix([x, y],'ndnd.csv');
instead of a for loop?

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