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Topic: nargin
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Moon Datta

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Registered: 8/16/12
Re: nargin
Posted: Feb 5, 2013 6:34 AM
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"Jos (10584)" wrote in message <keqq8g$63l$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> "Moon Datta" wrote in message <keqp4p$2f9$1@newscl01ah.mathworks.com>...
> > I am dealing with a m file whose first line is
> >
> > "if nargin < 2, error('%s: there must be at least 2 inputs.',mfilename); end"
> >
> > but when the program is running the it is giving the error
> >
> > "there must be at least 2 inputs".
> >
> > but there is already 5 inputs in the worksheet. I have tried a lot but not understanding properly the reason of error. any help from your side will be helpful to me.
> >
> > thanks in advance.

>
> nargin is useful inside functions (m-files of which the first non-comment is the word function). Since you say this line is the first line, I suppose you're dealing with a script, for which nargin returns 0, hence the error.
>
> I do not know what you mean by "5 inputs in the worksheet". Do you want to say you have 5 variables in your workspace? And that these 5 variables are the be used by the m-file?
>
> ~ Jos


Thank you sir.
yes I have 5 variables in my worksheet and they will be used by the function.


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2/5/13
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Moon Datta
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Jos
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James Tursa
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Moon Datta
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Jos

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