Functions contain one or more sequential commands and can accept inputs and return outputs. To write a program with multiple lines of code, create a named function in a file.
Alternatively, if you want to define a one-line function to pass to
another function—for instance, a mathematical expression to pass to the
integral function—you can create an anonymous function.
MATLAB Language Syntax
|Declare function name, inputs, and outputs|
- Create Functions in Files
Store multiple commands in a program file that can accept inputs and return output.
- Types of Functions
There are several types of functions available with MATLAB®, including local functions, nested functions, private functions, and anonymous functions.
- Function Precedence Order
To determine which function to call when multiple functions in the current scope have the same name, MATLAB uses function precedence order.
- Add Help for Your Program
Help text appears in the Command Window when you use the
helpfunction. Create help text for your program by inserting comments at the beginning.
- Indexing into Function Call Results
This topic describes how to dot index into temporary variables created by function calls.
- Configure the Run Button for Functions
Run functions that require some initial setup from the Editor by configuring the Run button.