Execution steps - modular program, MATLAB in Engineering

Execution steps:

Whenever the program is executed, the steps below will take place:

  • The script calcandprintarea starts executing.
  • The calcandprintarea calls the readradius function:
  • readradius executes and returns to the radius.
  • calcandprintarea resumes executing and calls the calcarea function, by passing the radius to it:
  • calcarea executes & returns the area.
  • The calcandprintarea resumes executing and calls the printarea function, passing both the radius & the area to it
  • The printarea executes and prints.

 

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