Example of modular program, MATLAB in Engineering

Example of modular program:

In a modular program, there would be one main script which calls three separate functions to complete these tasks:

  • A function to prompt an user and read in the radius
  • A function to compute the area of a circle
  • A function to show the results

As both the scripts and functions are stored in M-files, there would be four individual M-files together for this program; one M-file script and three M-file functions, as shown below:

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