Example of variable names, MATLAB Programming

Example of variable names:

If nothing appears when, who or whose is entered, which means there aren't any variables! For illustration, in the starting of a MATLAB session, the variables could be created and then selectively cleared:

>> who

>> mynum = 3;

>> mynum + 5;

>> who

Your variables are:

ans  mynum

>> clear mynum

>> who

Your variables are:

Ans

 

 

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