Illustration of function functions, MATLAB Programming

Illustration of Function functions:

For illustration, to pass the sin function into fplot, one would pass its handle as shown in figure for the result.

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>> fplot(@sin, [-pi pi])

The fplot function is a good shortcut-it is not essential to generate x and y vectors, and it plots a constant curve instead of the discrete points.

The function feval will compute a function handle and execute the function for the identified argument. For illustration, the below is equivalent to sin(3.2):

>> feval(@sin, 3.2)

ans =

    -0.0584

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