How to write a char variable as filename in xlswrite

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Eric Jenkins
Eric Jenkins 2018 年 6 月 21 日
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I am attempting to use an input statement in a loop to prompt me to input the "Patient, Session, Trial" as a char, where it will then use that string to name the .xlsx file. For example, the PST input would be 'P1S1T1', so I want the output of the xlswrite to be 'P1S1T1.xlsx'. Is this possible within xlswrite? Or is there a better way to do this?
This is what I have been tinkering with, I am just unsure how to use the PST variable.
Thanks a bunch
PST = input('Patient, Session, EMG#: ','s'); %saves variable 'PST' as char
xlswrite([PST],'.xlsx',data,1,'A1')

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Greg
Greg 2018 年 6 月 21 日
xlswrite([PST],'.xlsx',data,1,'A1')
Passes '.xlsx' as the second input argument to xlswrite. You want to concatenate it with PST instead:
xlswrite([PST,'.xlsx'],data,1,'A1');
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Eric Jenkins
Eric Jenkins 2018 年 6 月 21 日
I was close! Just a bracket in the wrong spot, thank you very much. I'll also keep the validation step in mind for executing the code.
Thanks again!

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