Function stubs, MATLAB in Statistics

Function Stubs:

The other common debugging method, which is used when there is a script main program which calls many functions, is to use the function stubs. A function stub is the placeholder, which is used so that the script will work even though that specific function has not been written yet. For illustration, a programmer may begin with a script main program which consists of calls to three functions which complete all the tasks.

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