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Unformatted text preview: 14:440:127 Introduction to Computers for Engineers Recitation 7 Lecturer: Blase E. Ur Recitation Instructor: Tianming Li Recitation Instructor: Ke Xu Recitation Instructor: Brian Viezbicke Recitation Instructor: Mingliang Wang Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Recitation 7 Functions • To call a function, you type: [out_1, out_2,…, out_m]=function_name(var1, var2,…., Var_n); var_1, var_2, …., var_n : input variables, arguments, formal parameters. Could have 0 argument. out_1, out_2, …, out_m : output variable, return values. Could have 0 output. • Examples – cos(pi/2), ss=sin(1.0) – [i, j] = find(A>0) Rutgers University SOE 14:440:127 Recitation 7 • FIRST LINE: • function [o1, o2,…,o_n] = NAME (in_1, in_2,…, in_3) Replace NAME with the function’s name • Save the file as NAME.m (or whatever the name of the function is) • Simple Example: function y = doubler (x) y = 2*x; User-Defined Functions input output Save this as doubler.m Function name Rutgers University SOE...
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