# strncmp

Performs a case-sensitive comparison of the first `n` characters of
`x1` with `x2`. Returns `1` if
the characters compared are identical and `0` otherwise.

## Syntax

R = strncmp(x1, x2, n)

## Inputs

`x1`- If
`x1`is a cell, it should either have a size of 1 or match the size of`x2`. `x2`- If
`x2`is a cell, it should either have a size of 1 or match the size of`x1`. `n`- Number of characters to match for a case-sensitive comparison.

## Outputs

- R
- Type: logical | mat

## Examples

String
comparison:

`R = strncmp('string1', 'str123456', 3)`

`R = 1`

String-cell array
comparison:

`R = strncmp('string1', {'This', 'is', 'str123456'}, 3)`

```
R = [Matrix] 1 x 3
0 0 1
```

## Comments

If `x1` and `x2` are both of type cell, their sizes must be identical or one of them should have just one element.
`R` will be a matrix if either `x1` or
`x2` is of type cell.