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How to change the filename in xlswrite using loop

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Hello everyone,
now I am writing the one .xlsx file with 19 sheets. For which my code is working properly. This is what I am written till now
for a=1:length(sheets)
xlswrite('rough.xlsx',final{a},sheet{a},xlrange1);
end
Now what actually I want is that I need to write my answers in for different xlsx sheets. Means for every one input sheet I will get one xlsx file with 19 sheets. So, how can I change the filename with a different for loop so that for every different input sheet i will get different xlsx file with 19 sheets each.
means as I am able to change the sheets number but how to change the filename.
Thanks in advance

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KALYAN ACHARJYA
KALYAN ACHARJYA on 19 Dec 2019
Edited: KALYAN ACHARJYA on 19 Dec 2019
for i=1:
xlswrite([strcat('Any_Initial_name',num2str(j)),'.xlsx'],file_to_write,'Sheet');
end

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Ankit
Ankit on 19 Dec 2019
using xlswrite in a loop will effect performance. Try this FEX: https://de.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/10465-xlswrite1.
You can try the below changes
for a=1:length(sheets)
fileName = ['rough_', int2str(a), '.xlsx'];
xlswrite(fileName,ARRAY,SHEET,RANGE);
end

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Prakhar Modi
Prakhar Modi on 20 Dec 2019
I tried what you have suggested but still I am not getting three different excel sheets as an output. only one sheet is appearing in output with a single filename
Ankit
Ankit on 20 Dec 2019
I tried with random values it is working for me. If I am not wrong length(sheets) = 3?
Just change length(sheets) =3 and let me know your results.
Prakhar Modi
Prakhar Modi on 20 Dec 2019
Thanks man.
But I tried with kalyan answer and that worked for me.

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