One way to delete empty cells from a cell array in Matlab is to use the `cellfun`

function in combination with the `isempty`

function.

Here's an example:

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In this example, the `cellfun`

function is used to apply the `isempty`

function to each cell in the `myCells`

cell array. This creates a logical array `emptyCells`

with `true`

values in positions where the corresponding cell is empty. Finally, we use this logical array to remove the empty cells from `myCells`

using logical indexing.

After running the code, `myCells`

will only contain non-empty cells: `{'apple', 'banana', 'orange'}`

.

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