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Topic: I'm new to matlab; why is this function wrong?
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Sargondjani

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Re: I'm new to matlab; why is this function wrong?
Posted: Dec 6, 2012 11:36 AM
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you can only define functions inside a function-file and not in a script (dont ask me why, because it bothered me too, but matlab developers usually have good reasons for doing such things)

so either:
1) transform your script into a function:
start with: "function my_script()" and end with "end"

2) define the function in an m-file that you call in your script

i hope this helps...



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