how to read .dat file using txtscan ?

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Vishnu Dhakad
Vishnu Dhakad 2018 年 10 月 23 日
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Please find the attachment.
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jonas
jonas 2018 年 10 月 23 日
Apart from the low effort put into my comment, I did not feel that it addressed the actual question, which seems to be specifically about textscan. I made the post shortly after the question was posted, so I was hoping for a quick reply after which I could expand my comment into an actual answer. Perhaps I should have phrased my comment in a different way.

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jonas
jonas 2018 年 10 月 23 日
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You can use readtable since the data is tabular.
T = readtable('AE33_AE33-S02-00184_20170102.dat','headerlines',8)
...gave me a 71 column table. Some of your headers are not valid variable names so I did not import them at all.
If you insist on using textscan, then
fid = fopen('AE33_AE33-S02-00184_20170102.dat')
out = textscan(fid,['%{yyyy/MM/dd}D %{hh:mm:ss}T',repmat('%f',1,69)],'headerlines',9)
fclose(fid)
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jonas
jonas 2018 年 10 月 29 日
in reply to Vishu's "Answer"
Odd. I suspect you are using an ancient release that cannot parse the duration format? You can always import the dates as strings. Try this:
fid = fopen('AE33_AE33-S02-00184_20170102.dat')
out = textscan(fid,['%s%s',repmat('%f',1,69)],'headerlines',9)
fclose(fid)

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