how to use a parameter name list as input for a function?

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Skirt Zhang
Skirt Zhang . 2013년 4월 3일
Dear All,
I have a tryparel function as below
function out=tryparel(paramlist)
To use this function above I would like to do below
paramlist=['a,' , 'b'];
BUT I always get errors. Can anyone help me about this?
I have to write a script calling this type of function where the input variable list is really long.

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Sven 2013년 4월 3일
편집: Sven 님. 2013년 4월 4일
Skirt, you were very close. You just need to use a cell array:
function out=tryparel(paramlist)
paramlist = {4 , 10};
out = tryparel(paramlist{:})
If you instead want to do something like this:
a = 4;
b = 10;
paramlist = {'a','b'};
... then don't do this. Instead use a structure such as:
P.a = 4;
P.b = 10;
paramNameList = {'a','b'};
paramList = cellfun(@(name)P.(name), paramNameList, 'Un',0)
out = tryparel(paramList{:})
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Skirt Zhang
Skirt Zhang 2013년 5월 9일
thanks a lot

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