Date: Apr 25, 2013 9:41 AM
Author: Steven Lord
Subject: Re: Creation of a list of functions, multiplying functions and integrating them

"Tot " <najib_cool19@hotmail.com> wrote in message

news:klb6gs$fr5$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com...

> Ok It's me again.

>

> I managed to multiply and integrate function handles as I wanted to.

>

> Now can anyone help me to create a list (or array) of function handle A,

> so that i can write something like:

>

> for i=1:n

> A(i)=@(x) blablabla(x)

> end

>

> Does anybody have an idea?

MATLAB no longer allow creation of arrays of function handles. You will need

to create a cell array.

S = {@sin, @(x) x.^2, @exp};

f = @(x) S{1}(x).*S{2}(x)-S{3}(x);

result1 = f(0.2)

% Alternately to get a cell array of values of the functions in S

g = @(x) cellfun(@(myfun) myfun(x), S, 'UniformOutput', false);

h = g(0:0.1:1)

h{1} % sin(0:0.1:1)

result2 = h{1}(3)*h{2}(3)-h{3}(3)

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Steve Lord

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