Nested functions in a class - Call the function without including the class name as filename.function

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Hello MATLAB experts,
I defined a class with different functions that are called from external .m files but also call eachother reciprocally, that is the functions call other functions in the same class. As far as I could understand, I always have to use the call form classname.function to call a function from this class. However, I would rather avoid it for the function that are all in the same class in the same file (similarly to local functions), to make the code clearer.
For example:
classdef small_test
properties
PropertyName
end
methods (Static)
function d = sum_scale_test(a,b)
c = a+b;
d = small_test.scale_test(c);
end
function b = scale_test(a)
b=10*a;
end
end
end
Is there a way to skip the long call:
small_test.scale_test
and just use
scale_test
?
Maybe with some access option?
Thank you for the help!

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Mitch Lautigar
Mitch Lautigar 2022년 6월 1일
편집: per isakson 2022년 6월 3일
You can put subfunctions/nested functions below the Class call (after the end for classdef) and therefore have local functions for the class to reference. This will look like the following:
classdef <namehere>
properties
%....
end
methods
function obj = dosomething(obj)
end
end
function function_callsub1
%do stuff here
end
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fr td
fr td 2022년 6월 2일
편집: fr td 2022년 6월 2일
Thank you. I had to separate the functions that are only used within the class file from those that are used externally and in one case I had to copy the function both inside the class (for external use) and below the class end for local use. It works fine.

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